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S= Sharp P= Principal D= Diffuse F= Fundamental S, p,d,f are the names of subshells within a shell whose values are determined by azimuthal quantum number. Their respective azimuthal quantum numbers are 0, 1, 2 and 3. These terminologies are adopted from Spectroscopic analysis of matters.
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Orbit configuration nomenclature of an atom.
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The orbitals are of 4 types. They are named s,p,d,f .The s, p, d, and f stand for sharp, principal, diffuse and fundamental, respectively. The letters and words refer to the visual impression left by the fine structure of the spectral lines which occurs due to the first relativistic corrections, especially... read more
The orbitals are of 4 types. They are named s,p,d,f .The s, p, d, and f stand for sharp, principal, diffuse and fundamental, respectively. The letters and words refer to the visual impression left by the fine structure of the spectral lines which occurs due to the first relativistic corrections, especially the spin-orbital interaction. Technically speaking, an orbital is a wave function for an electron defined by the three quantum numbers, n, ? and ml. What the wave function describes, though, is a region in space with a particular shape, where you are likely to find an electron. In terms of waves, the orbital describes the region in space where the electron density is very thick. In terms of particles, the orbital describes the region in space where there is a high probability of finding the electron (which should make sense, because wherever the electron density is thick, there is also a high probability of finding the electron).
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S- alkali and alkaline earth metals P-51 halogens ,inert gases, chalcogen D- transition elements. D- inner transition elements
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S,P,D,F in chemistry means s block,p block,d block,f block elements.....by this we can see the atomic numbers
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The orbitals are of 4 types. They are named s,p,d,f .The s, p, d, and f stand for sharp, principal, diffuse and fundamental, respectively. The letters and words refer to the visual impression left by the fine structure of the spectral lines which occurs due to the first relativistic corrections, especially... read more
The orbitals are of 4 types. They are named s,p,d,f .The s, p, d, and f stand for sharp, principal, diffuse and fundamental, respectively. The letters and words refer to the visual impression left by the fine structure of the spectral lines which occurs due to the first relativistic corrections, especially the spin-orbital interaction. Technically speaking, an orbital is a wave function for an electron defined by the three quantum numbers, n, ? and ml. What the wave function describes, though, is a region in space with a particular shape, where you are likely to find an electron. In terms of waves, the orbital describes the region in space where the electron density is very thick. In terms of particles, the orbital describes the region in space where there is a high probability of finding the electron (which should make sense, because wherever the electron density is thick, there is also a high probability of finding the electron). read less
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The orbitals are of 4 types. They are named s,p,d,f .The s, p, d, and f stand for sharp, principal, diffuse and fundamental, respectively. The letters and words refer to the visual impression left by the fine structure of the spectral lines which occurs due to the first relativistic corrections, especially... read more
The orbitals are of 4 types. They are named s,p,d,f .The s, p, d, and f stand for sharp, principal, diffuse and fundamental, respectively. The letters and words refer to the visual impression left by the fine structure of the spectral lines which occurs due to the first relativistic corrections, especially the spin-orbital interaction. Technically speaking, an orbital is a wave function for an electron defined by the three quantum numbers, n, ℓ and ml. What the wave function describes, though, is a region in space with a particular shape, where you are likely to find an electron. In terms of waves, the orbital describes the region in space where the electron density is very thick. In terms of particles, the orbital describes the region in space where there is a high probability of finding the electron (which should make sense, because wherever the electron density is thick, there is also a high probability of finding the electron). read less
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s, p, d, f are the notations used to represent different sub shells in an atom.
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Designation assigned to orbitals .. with respect to shells S- orbital , starts from first shell p- orbital , starts from second shell d- orbital ,started from third shell f- orbital , starts from fourth shell ..... Where as the designations 1s,2s,2p,3s,3p.... Are subshell designations Usually... read more
Designation assigned to orbitals .. with respect to shells S- orbital , starts from first shell p- orbital , starts from second shell d- orbital ,started from third shell f- orbital , starts from fourth shell ..... Where as the designations 1s,2s,2p,3s,3p.... Are subshell designations Usually arranged in an atom in the increasing order of energies provided each subshell can accommodate a maximum of 2 electrons. read less
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these are sub shells of atom S Block-metals(Group-1,2) P Block-metals, metalloids & non-metals(group-13,14,15,16,17,18) D Block-metals(group- 3-12) F Block-metals(group-3) the lowermost horizontal block of periodic table.
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