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Electrons – Introduction to Chemistry

by Adam Le Gresley, PhD
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    The lecture Electrons – Introduction to Chemistry by Adam Le Gresley, PhD is from the course Chemistry: Introduction.


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    1. …moving in the circular orbitals around the nucleus.
    2. …moving in straight lines passing through the center of the nucleus.
    3. …moving in straight lines crossing each other near the nucleus of the atom.
    4. …moving in zig-zag paths which are directed through the core of the atom.
    5. …moving far away from the nucleus and eventually get lost from the atom.
    1. Amount of energy in an electron
    2. Charge of an electron
    3. Mass of an electron
    4. Mass of the nucleus
    5. Number of protons in the nucleus
    1. In an atom, the revolving electrons are bound to the nucleus through gravitational forces.
    2. The electrons stably revolve around the nucleus.
    3. The distance of a revolving electron from the nucleus is defined by the energy state of that particular electron.
    4. An electron can jump from one orbit to another by gaining or losing the energy.
    5. The electrons are moving at a certain discrete set of distances from the core without losing any energy.

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     Adam Le Gresley, PhD

    Adam Le Gresley, PhD


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