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Energy levels and sublevels
Transcript of Energy levels and sublevels
Images from Shutterstock.com Example of sublevels Energy levels: The possible locations around an atom where electrons having specific energy values (quantum number) may be found Energy Levels and Sublevels By Brittney Contreras and Alyssa Rivera Sublevels diagram The lowest energy state is known as the ground state. If the electron absorbs energy of the right amount, such as visible light, infrared (heat), or ultraviolet, the electron can jump to a higher orbit or "energy level" in the atom. Each principle energy level is comprised of different sub-levels: s, p, d and f. The s sub-level can hold a maximum of two electrons; p sub-level can hold a maximum of 6; d sub-level can hold a maximum of 10 and f, a maximum of 14 Each sub-level is comprised of atomic orbitals which define the approximate boundaries of the electron orbit. Each orbital can hold up to two electrons, so a s sub-level has one orbital; a p sub-level has three orbitals; a d sub-level has five orbitals and a f sub-level has seven. http://www.chemicool.com/definition/sublevel.html
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