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Molecular Orbital Notes

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This is the final topic for CHEM1101 and these notes were used in test 3 for the exam. Molecular orbital notes

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Chemical bonding Molecular orbital diagram Antibonding molecular orbital Molecular orbital Covalent bond Delocalized electron Chemical bond Electron configuration Pi bond Atomic orbital Sigma bond Core electron
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Chemical bonding Molecular orbital diagram Antibonding molecular orbital Molecular orbital Covalent bond Delocalized electron Chemical bond Electron configuration Pi bond Atomic orbital Sigma bond Core electron
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→ Any orbitals above those remain empty, unless an electron is excited to that state, then those orbitals will be filled o In this instance for axis: z is pointing upwards, whereas x and y are perpendicular to each other Atomic Orbital Description Diagram 1s Electrons are core electrons, low energy and close to the nucleus. 2 electrons occupy this orbital. Small and spherical in shape 2s Electrons are...
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