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PS100 Questions from Chapter 16 Comprehension true/false In the quantum model, the nucleus is very small compared to the region where elctrons are likely to be found. true false The orbital shape describes the probability of finding an electron at different angles about the nucleus. true false Two electrons within the same orbital may have the same spin. true false There are four different kinds of p orbitals. true false In the quantum model of the atom, electrons do not accelerate in their orbits around the nucleus as they do in the Bohr Model. true false Orbitals in the higher-numbered shells are smaller than orbitals in the lower-numbered shells. true false Electrons in the orbitals in the higher-numbered shells have more energy than electons in the lower- numbered shells.
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true false matching The only orbital with a non-zero probability of the electron being in the nucleus. An orbital that looks like a dumbbell.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course PHYSICAL S 100 taught by Professor Allred during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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