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0 0 0 for the triply degenerate p-orbital level, all of which have the same energy. In the case of degenerate orbitals Hund's Maximum Multiplicity Rule states that all the degenerate levels are first filled with a single electron before spin pairing occurs. 3 [ t 13 [ t ] [ 3. This latter configuration represents a higher energy level excited state. 1 1). 9 there is a systematic build-up process to the filled electron configurations of the inert gas core structures, namely: Ne Ar 1s' 1s' 2s2 2p6 2s2 2p6 3s' 3p6 "el [Ar] which may be abbreviated as [He], [Ne] and [Ar], respectively.
8. In this build-up process, an s2 configuration is referred to as a closed shell configuration, as the sorbital is a non-degenerate level, and the total capacity of two electrons must involve opposite spin quantum numbers, rn, of f 5. Likewise, the p 6 , the d 1 0 and theJI4 configurations are referred to as closed shell configurations, as the respective degenerate orbital levels are full. e. 0 0 0 for the triply degenerate p-orbital level, all of which have the same energy. In the case of degenerate orbitals Hund's Maximum Multiplicity Rule states that all the degenerate levels are first filled with a single electron before spin pairing occurs.
8),is the least electronegative element. e. e. K - e -,K + (this process is referred to as oxidation). e. F- is - I . e. Na’ is I. 3). These oxidation numbers are then referred to as the Characteristic or Group oxidation numbers of the elements and relate directly to the electron configuration of the elements and its tendency to lose or gain electrons to form an inert gas core electron configuration. As the Roman numeral notation I-VII more closely equates with the Group electron configurations, this Group oxidation number notation will be retained where is emphasises this connectivity.