Calculate the standard cell potential for each of the electrochemical cells in Problem 43.
10 General Biology 101-004 John McDuffie- 2/6/17 Highlight = Example Highlight = Important Concept Highlight = Key Term - I=0, the s orbital - Each principal energy level has one s orbital. - Lowest energy orbital in a principal energy state. - Spherical shaped. - Number of nodes = (n -1) - I=1, p orbitals - Each principal energy state above n=1 has three p orbitals. - m1= -1,0,1 - Each of the three orbitals points along a different axi s. - px,py,pz - The second lowest energy orbitals in a principal energy state. - Two lobed - One node at the nucleus; total of n nodes. - l=2, d orbitals - Each principal energy state above n=2 has five d orbitals. - m1= -2,-1,0,1,2 - Four of the five orbitals are aligned in a different place. - The fifth is aligned with the z axiz squared - dxy,dyz,dxz,d x squared-y squared - d orbitals: - Mainly four-lobed “shaped” orbitals - One had a two-lobed orbital with a ring/collar (toroid). - Planar nodes - Higher principal levels also have spherical nodes. - I=3, f orbitals