Asked in Chemistry
What term refers to a sublevel in an electron cloud?
The sub-level's in a electron cloud are s, p, d and f. The configuration of extra nuclear electron's. ...
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Particle Physics
Area in electron cloud where electrons are found?
I think the word you're looking for is "electron cloud". That term already describes where electrons are found. It would be kind of silly to define "electron cloud" in such a way that it describes an area where electrons are not found, wouldn't it? ...
Asked in Meteorology and Weather
Does weather refers to long term average conditions?
No, that is climate, weather refers only to short term events such as cloud cover, rainfall, snowfall or lightning. ...
Which term refers to the collections of electron carriers that are embedded in the inner mitochondrial membrane and in the thylakoid membrane?
The electron transport chain.
Asked in Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
Why is the region around the nucleus called the electron cloud?
Because electrons are not restricted to one certain path, they may move in any direction anywhere in the region around the nucleus, thus giving the term "electron cloud" ...
Describe the electron cloud model of an atom?
The term "electron cloud" was coined by an American physicist named Richard Feynman. The electron cloud model is a visual representation of the possible locations of electrons in an atom. It is known that electrons are found on orbitals around the nucleus and this model visually allows us to picture the probable locations of the electrons around the nucleus. ...
Asked in Nebulae
Whats the difference between a nebulae and a nebula?
"Nebula" is a astronomical term for a cloud of gas and dust. "Nebulae" is the plural of "Nebula" and refers to more than one such cloud. ...
Do the electron cloud orbit like the sun?
First, recall that planets orbit the sun, not the other way around. Secondly, the term electron cloud is used to describe the body of electrons that orbit the nucleus of an atom. To answer your question as succinctly as possible, the analogy of planets orbiting the sun is one of the best to consider when thinking about the orbit of electrons ...
What do we call a region in space where an electron with a particular energy is likely to be found?
We could use the term orbital if it refers to an electron bound in an atom. The term atomic orbital or electron orbital might be applied in this case. They are areas of probability where, because an electron has a given energy, it may be more likely to be found. Got a link to the Wikipedia on atomic orbitals for ya. Check it out and gain in knowledge. ...
Asked in Clouds
What does cumulonimbus mean?
The term 'cumulonimbus' comes from the combination of two words in the original, classical Latin. The first part of the word, 'cumulo-', comes from the noun 'cumulus', which is 'a heap, mass, or pile'. The second part of the word, 'nimbus', refers to 'a cloud', and most particularly to 'a black rain cloud'. And the description is most accurate, and most appropriate, for the heaped-up rain clouds, or thunderheads, to which the term refers. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
The term that refers to the covering on an organ is?
The term that refers to the covering on an organ is Visceral.
Asked in Acids and Bases
The term alkali or alkaline refers to properties of what?
The term refers to properties of a base.
Asked in School Subjects, Math and Arithmetic, Geometry
Why is a football not a polygon?
The term "polygon" refers to flat surfaces - surface on a plane. The term "polygon" refers to flat surfaces - surface on a plane. The term "polygon" refers to flat surfaces - surface on a plane. The term "polygon" refers to flat surfaces - surface on a plane. ...
Asked in Earth Sciences, Sociology
Which term refers to the way a composition is constructed?
The term that refers to a way a composition is constructed is "Form".
Asked in Oceans and Seas
Which term refers to the height of an ocean's surface?
The term "sea level" refers to the height of an ocean's surface.