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trong>Exercise 11.1 De?ne the following terms.

Bohr orbits

orbitals

orbital size

sublevel

Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

The Bohr orbits should be defined.

Concept Introduction:

The electrons present in atoms are revolving around the nucleus with different energies is known as Bohr Model. This model is similar to the Solar system structure as planets are revolving around the sun.

The electronic configuration is also denoted by the pictorial representations, known as orbital diagrams. Orbital diagram represents the pairing arrangement of electrons and individual orbitals. The filling of electrons in the orbital is done in the way; first the electrons are filled single in the orbital, after filling the single electron per orbital, if any electron is left in that energy level, then pairing of electrons occurs. Electrons are present with opposite spin in the orbital.

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The electrons present in atoms are revolving around the nucleus with different energies is known as Bohr Model. This model is similar to the Solar system structure as planets are revolving around the sun...

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

The orbitals should be defined.

Concept Introduction:

The electrons present in atoms are revolving around the nucleus with different energies is known as Bohr Model. This model is similar to the Solar system structure as planets are revolving around the sun.

The electronic configuration is also denoted by the pictorial representations, known as orbital diagrams. Orbital diagram represents the pairing arrangement of electrons and individual orbitals. The filling of electrons in the orbital is done in the way; first the electrons are filled single in the orbital, after filling the single electron per orbital, if any electron is left in that energy level, then pairing of electrons occurs. Electrons are present with opposite spin in the orbital.

Interpretation Introduction

(c)

Interpretation:

The orbital size should be defined.

Concept Introduction:

The electrons present in atoms are revolving around the nucleus with different energies is known as Bohr Model. This model is similar to the Solar system structure as planets are revolving around the sun.

The electronic configuration is also denoted by the pictorial representations, known as orbital diagrams. Orbital diagram represents the pairing arrangement of electrons and individual orbitals. The filling of electrons in the orbital is done in the way; first the electrons are filled single in the orbital, after filling the single electron per orbital, if any electron is left in that energy level, then pairing of electrons occurs. Electrons are present with opposite spin in the orbital.

Interpretation Introduction

(d)

Interpretation:

The sublevel should be defined.

Concept Introduction:

The electrons present in atoms are revolving around the nucleus with different energies is known as Bohr Model. This model is similar to the Solar system structure as planets are revolving around the sun.

The electronic configuration is also denoted by the pictorial representations, known as orbital diagrams. Orbital diagram represents the pairing arrangement of electrons and individual orbitals. The filling of electrons in the orbital is done in the way; first the electrons are filled single in the orbital, after filling the single electron per orbital, if any electron is left in that energy level, then pairing of electrons occurs. Electrons are present with opposite spin in the orbital.

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