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Model of neon's electron orbitals

Model of neon's electron orbitals

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KENNETH EWARD / BIOGRAFX / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY KENNETH EWARD / BIOGRAFX / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Neon electron orbitals. Molecular graphic of electron orbitals in a neon atom. The nucleus is too small to be seen at this scale and is not shown. The orbitals shown are 1s (red sphere), 2s (blue sphere) and 2p (white lobes). According to quantum theory the position of an electron in an atom can never be precisely defined. Instead, its trajectory is represented by an orbital - a region where there is a given probability of finding the electron. During a chemical reaction or absorption or emission of energy, electrons move between different atomic orbitals in a highly specific.

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