Orbital Lecture

Orbital Lecture - 0, 1, 2, . .. n - 1 m l--->...

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1 s orbitals— always spherical Dot picture of electron cloud in 1s orbital. Surface density 4 π r 2 ψ versus distance Surface of 90% probability sphere 1s, 2s, 3s Orbitals
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2 The three p orbitals in a p subshell are oriented 90 o apart in space. p orbitals: dumbbell shaped 2p, 3p Orbitals
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3 d orbitals: double dumbbell f orbitals One of 7 possible f orbitals. All have 3 planar surfaces. Can you find the 3 surfaces here?
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4 Recognize Types of Atomic Orbitals n ---> shell 1, 2, 3, 4, . .. l ---> subshell
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Unformatted text preview: 0, 1, 2, . .. n - 1 m l---> orbital -l ... 0 . .. + l m s---> electron spin +1/2 and -1/2 Now there are four! 5 Electron Spin + Magnetism Electron Spin and Magnetism Diamagnetic : all electrons paired; NOT attracted to a magnetic field Paramagnetic : substance is attracted to a magnetic field. Substances with unpaired electrons are paramagnetic. Ferromagnetic : Substance with unpaired, aligned electrons; strongly attracted to a magnetic field....
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