d2 configuration table (1)

d2 configuration table (1) - + , 0 ), (2 , 0 + ), (1 + , 1...

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M L M S –1 0 +1 +4 (2 + , 2 ) +3 (2 , 1 ) (2 + , 1 ), (2 , 1 + ) (2 + , 1 + ) +2 (2 , 0 ) (2 + , 0 ), (2 , 0 + ), (1 + , 1 ) (2 + , 1 + ) +1 (2 , –1 ), (1 , 0 ) (2 + , –1 ), (2 , –1 + ), (1 + , 0 ), (1 , 0 + ) (2 + , 1 + ), (2 + , 1 + ) 0 (1 , –1 ), (2 , –2 ) (1 + , –1 ), (1 , –1 + ), (2 + , –2 ), (2 , –2 + ), (0 + , 0 ) (2 + , 1 + ), (2 + , 1 + ) –1 (–2 , 1 ), (–1 , 0 ) (–2 + , 1 ), (–2 , 1 + ), (–1 + , 0 ), (–1 , 0 + ) (2 + , 1 + ), (2 + , 1 + ) –2 (–2 , 0 ) (–2
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Unformatted text preview: + , 0 ), (2 , 0 + ), (1 + , 1 ) (2 + , 1 + ) 3 (2 , 1 ) (2 + , 1 ), (2 , 1 + ) (2 + , 1 + ) 4 (2 + , 2 ) L = 0 term = S L = 1 term = P L = 2 term = D L = 3 term = F L = 4 term = G L = 5 term = H L = 6 term = I Multiplicity is the number of columns eliminated....
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course CHEM 312 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at University of Washington.

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