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What kind of chemical formula can be obtained from experimental data showing the relative masses of the elements in a compound?

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Week1/30&2/1–Chapter3(workbookpages • Bohrmodel o Groundstate:allelectronsofanatomareintheirstandard/lowestenergylevel § (#protons=#electrons) o Excitedstate:lessstable,electronsareinhigherenergylevelsthannormal 2 o n(level) o 2n =2 o Max#electrons o 1 o 2(1) o 2 o 2 o 2(2) o 8 2 o 3 o 2(3)2 o 18 o 4 o 2(4) o 32 o 5 o 2(5) o 50 2 o 6 o 2(6)2 o 72 o 7 o 2(7) o 98 o itisimpossibletohavemorethanthemax#electronsinaparticularlevel o ifarrangementgoestothenextlevelwithoutcompletelyfillingthelevelbeforeit,it isintheexcitedstate § Ex:groundstateCadmium:2-8-18-20 excitedstateCadmium:2-8-17-21 • Eachlevel(n)hassamenumberofsubshellsasthelevel# o n=1has1subshellcalledsubshell1,n=2has2subshellscalledsubshell1and2 respectively… •

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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780321809247

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