Hydrogen has one electron shell and one electron in that shell.
Each shell represents a distinct state of electron energy.
The electron configuration is different for each element; see the link below for details.
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The number of period corresponds to the total number of electron rings.
No. It has two shells with 2 and 1 electron each. The second shell is unfilled.
Because it corresponds to the filling of the 3s and 3p subshells (of the third shell) which take a total of 8 electrons, two in the 3s and 6 in the 3p subshell. Each additional electron in these sub shells represents a different element eg 1 electron, 3s1, corresponds to sodium, 3 electrons, 3s2, 3p1, correspond to aluminium, 7 electrons, 3s2, 3p5, to chlorine.
There are 7 different letters, each to represent each shell. They are: 1. K 2. L 3. M 4. N 5. O 6. P 7. Q
Each dot represents a valence electron. Valence electrons are the elcetrons on the outer electron shell of an atom.
Argon has 2 electron shells with 2 and 8 electrons in the 1st and 2nd shell respectively.
This energy is called ionization energy and is different for each chemical element.
Each shell represents a different energy level, and a different distance from the nucleus.
Helium has only one electron shell with two electrons.
2(n to the 2nd power)
The electron shells start with 2 electrons on the first shell and then turn to eight on the next infinite amount of shells.
This is called the ionization energy and an is different for each electron in the atom. Electrons in the outer shell (furthest from the nucleus) have the lowest ionization energy, electrons in the innermost shell (closest to the nucleus) have the highest ionization energy.
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The electron shell is also called the principle energy level in chemistry and atomic physics. The shells starting closest to the nucleus names go from shell 1 or shell K, shell 2 or shell L,shell 3 or shell m, etc. Each shell contains a certain amount of electrons the first shell starts with two and the number increases for each shell.
Each atom on the periodic table has a different number of electrons which corresponds to its element number. The electrons are located in different atomic orbitals, or electron clouds, labeled s, p, d, and f. The numbers of electrons within each orbital is determined by quantum mechanical rules, but can easily be looked up in a table of electron configurations.
No. The valence shell of each atom in the compound is filled, each achieving a noble gas configuration.
first shell 2 2nd 8 3rd 4
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