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Energy of atomic orbitals in multielectron system

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keep@science
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Jul24-14, 02:36 AM
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although the distance from the nucleus and shielding effect [due to more angular volume] is more for 4s orbital than a 3d orbital ,but yet the energy for a 3d orbital is more than 4s orbital, why?
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Jul24-14, 04:29 AM
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Welcome to PF;
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It is due to angular momentum and spin.
http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/se...aq/4s-3d.shtml
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Jul24-14, 04:56 AM
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http://www.quimica.ufpr.br/edulsa/cq...efunctions.pdf


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