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AMSA Chemistry

This is my Class 8th Grade for the Advance Math and Science (AMSA) CharterSchool

Hund's Rule States that single electrons with the same spin must occupy each equal-energy orbital before additional electrons with opposites spins can occupy the same energy level orbital
S orbital looks like what Sphere (DONT CALL IT A CIRCLE)
P orbital looks like what Dumbbell
D orbital looks like what Clover
F orbital looks like what fkdjsaljcwpwjcklwjfpoewjpejfopdpos;ajfwejpofjpewajpfewapfjdwiosewjfiwafoewjowps (theres not a shape)
The Electron no mass negative charge Electrons are found outside the nucleus There are 4 different types of orbital. S P D F
Ground State Electrons of an element is an outer orbital electron that is in the lowest energy state
Excited State the electron at its highest state
Principal quantum number (n) indicates the size and energy of the atomic orbital
Electrons Configuration The Arrangement of electrons in an atom
Aufbau Principles: States that each electron occupies the lowest energy orbital available
Pauli Exclusion principle: States that a maximum of two electrons can occupy a single atomic orbital, but only if the electrons have opposite spins
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