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U2: Electron Orbital

CAVA: Chem 303 Electron Orbitals

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The [...] atom has replaced the Bohr model of the atom. The quantum atom has replaced the Bohr model of the atom.
In the quantum atom, electrons exist in more complex [...] than in the Bohr model. In the quantum atom, electrons exist in more complex orbitals than in the Bohr model.
The work of [...] and others resulted in yet another, more precise model of the atom. This new model is called the quantum atom model. The work of Schrödinger and others resulted in yet another, more precise model of the atom. This new model is called the quantum atom model.
Schrödinger stated that electrons are moving in orbitals around the nucleus in specific [...] levels. Schrödinger stated that electrons are moving in orbitals around the nucleus in specific energy levels.
The orbitals are named [...], [...], [...], and [...]. The orbitals are named s, p, d, and f.
You can remember the names of the orbitals by remembering that [...] in chemistry because they memorize the important facts! You can remember the names of the orbitals by remembering that Some People Do Fine in chemistry because they memorize the important facts!
Each of the orbitals represents the paths of electrons with different levels of [...]. Each of the orbitals represents the paths of electrons with different levels of energy.
There are no in-between [...] levels in the quantum model. There are no in-between energy levels in the quantum model.
The quantum theory of the atom says that electrons exist in very discrete [...] states, each represented by differently shaped [...]. The quantum theory of the atom says that electrons exist in very discrete energy states, each represented by differently shaped orbitals.
To determine the electron patterns that exist in any atom, you will use an [...] filling diagram. To determine the electron patterns that exist in any atom, you will use an orbital filling diagram.
An orbital filling diagram is also called an [...] diagram, from the German word meaning "construction." An orbital filling diagram is also called an aufbau diagram, from the German word meaning "construction."
Electrons fill up the [...] energy orbital first (aufbau principle). Electrons fill up the lowest energy orbital first (aufbau principle).
Only two electrons may occupy one orbital [...], and they must have opposite spin directions (Pauli exclusion principle). Only two electrons may occupy one orbital box, and they must have opposite spin directions (Pauli exclusion principle).
Subshells fill so that the number of unpaired spins is [...] (Hund's Rule). Subshells fill so that the number of unpaired spins is maximized (Hund's Rule).
Fill up all the boxes in an orbital with [...]-electrons before pairing them (Hund's Rule). Fill up all the boxes in an orbital with single-electrons before pairing them (Hund's Rule).
You can use an orbital filling diagram to determine the electron configuration of [...]; just remember, they have fewer electrons than protons. You can use an orbital filling diagram to determine the electron configuration of cations; just remember, they have fewer electrons than protons.
You can use an orbital filling diagram to determine the electron configuration of [...]; just remember, they have more electrons than protons. You can use an orbital filling diagram to determine the electron configuration of anions; just remember, they have more electrons than protons.
Knowing the arrangement of [...] in atoms is key to predicting chemical reactions. Knowing the arrangement of electrons in atoms is key to predicting chemical reactions.
Created by: mr.shapard