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BJ Chem Ch 4 El Con

BJ Chem Ch 4 Atomic Structure (El Config) Pt. 1 of 2

How many electrons can a f sublevel hold? 14
Electron configuration of Li 1s2 2s1
The type of sublevel found in all principal energy levels s
2,1,0,-1/2 is a) possible or b) not possible a) possible
s, p, d, f are identify as a(n)________ number azimuthal (l)
Isotopes vary due to different numbers of ____ neutrons
The maximum number of electrons in any one orbital is ____ 2
The maximum number of electrons found in the 3rd energy level is 8 (2s, 6p)
law that has the idea that any sample of water always contains 8 g of oxygen for every 1 g of hydrogen law of definite composition
The atomic mass is shown in an isotopic notation at the: a)lower left b)upper left b)upper left
Principle which describes how electrons fill orbitals Aufbau principle
How many neutrons does the isotope 14/6 C (or C-14) have? 8
Which atomic particle has the most mass? neutron
The weighted averages of isotopes of an element is called the _______ _________. atomic mass
The outer most electrons which are involved in bonding are called the ______ electrons. valence
A positively charged ion is called a(n) ______. cation
If an element gains an electron, the atom willl have a charge of: a) -1 b) +1 a) -1
Because energy emissions come in certain quantities, energy levels are called _____________. quantized
What is the electron-dot notation for Li ? Li*
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