Quantum Concepts - Orbitals and Multi-Electron Atoms
In this quantum concepts worksheet, students use orbital diagrams to construct energy level diagrams. They show electrons in each energy level and show the spin of electrons. They also sketch "cartoon diagrams" for given orbitals.
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