|May3-12, 01:25 AM||#1|
Core Notation for Ag+1
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
So originally Ag core notation should be -> Kr 5s1 4d10...
but looking at it unchanged is -> Kr 5s2 4d9
Does that mean if i take an electron away I take away all the electrons from 5s2 and put them into the 4d8 shell and have Kr 4d10?
2. Relevant equations
3. The attempt at a solution
|May6-12, 04:00 AM||#2|
Yes. That way you have an empty 5s subshell and a full 4d subshell, which is energetically favorable compared to a half-full 5s and a partially-full 4d.
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