We just did atomic physics in class, and my teacher assumed everyone had already taken chemistry so she really skimmed through the material, and I have yet to take chemistry so I am beyond lost with this chapter. I read the chapter and it is so technically written that I don't comprehend it well. I was wondering if anyone out there could answer a few of my questions via skype and answer some stuff in layman's terms so that I can actually start doing the homework. Thank you(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

please PM if you can do this

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# Need an explanation of shells in layman's terms

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