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e.com/course.html?courseld=15539865&HeplD=676f177415469ec3dc78ff3c8bf724dThe Corinthian Ho...ersonalized Invit...Wholesale Glass...Shop | Origami OwlH 04 HWing the Periodic Table to Write Electron ConfigurationsPart CWrite the complete electron configuration for gallium using the periodic table.Express your answer in complete form, in order of increasing orbital. For example, 1s2View Available Hint(s)Electron configuration:You have already submitted this answer. Enter a new answer.No credit lost. Try again.Request AnswerPrevious AnswersSubmitProvide Feedback< Return to AssignmentP PearsonCopyright O2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. | Terms of U

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H 04 HW
ing the Periodic Table to Write Electron Configurations
Part C
Write the complete electron configuration for gallium using the periodic table.
Express your answer in complete form, in order of increasing orbital. For example, 1s2
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Electron configuration:
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e.com/course.html?courseld=15539865&HeplD=676f177415469ec3dc78ff3c8bf724d The Corinthian Ho... ersonalized Invit... Wholesale Glass... Shop | Origami Owl H 04 HW ing the Periodic Table to Write Electron Configurations Part C Write the complete electron configuration for gallium using the periodic table. Express your answer in complete form, in order of increasing orbital. For example, 1s2 View Available Hint(s) Electron configuration: You have already submitted this answer. Enter a new answer. No credit lost. Try again. Request Answer Previous Answers Submit Provide Feedback < Return to Assignment P Pearson Copyright O2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. | Terms of U

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The electrons are filled in the atomic orbitals according to the Aufbau principle, which states that electrons are filled in the increasing order of energies of the atomic orbital.

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The atomic number of gallium is 31. Its electronic configuration is written below, according to the increasing order of energy of the atomic ...

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