10:1 Chemistry

9 1 filing electron orbitals tends to go to lowest

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Unformatted text preview: ing electron orbitals: Tends to go to lowest energy level possible. 1st - 2 electrons 2nd - 8 electrons 3rd - 8 electrons Molecular arrangements: When the protons and neutrons are in more than one place and the electrons are in between / whirling about. trons elec trons elec protons, neutrons protons, neutrons Atomic versus molecular arrangements: 10 protons 10 electrons atomic arrangement molecular arrangement 6 e2 e- 8 e2 e10 p+ & 10 n 1 e- 8 p+ & 8n 1 p+ Neon 1 e1 p+ Water Association based on: Unfilled orbitalsElectron affinity- The ability to pull an electron towards itself. Electron affinity: Element O (oxygen) N (nitrogen) Cl (chlorine) C (carbon) S (sulfur) P (phosphorus) H (hydrogen) Na (sodium) electron affinity 3.5 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.1 2.1 0.9 The one with the strongest pull is oxygen, and hydrogen is the lowest. Carbon and Nitrogen are...
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