The electron configuration of atoms

The Electron Configuration of Atoms

 

Chemistry is useful because it's a series of observations from experiments that have lead to an atomic structure and electron configuration.

 the atom

 

The electron configuration of atoms has been so well studied through scientific experiments it's as good as it gets science wise.

 

hydrogen, carbon, oxygen and nitrogen atoms

 

and because it's atomic, it's pretty lego bricks time - building blocks of me, you and everything else pretty much - atoms make light, the electromagnetic spectrum, DNA, dinner tonight, drinks later... atoms are everything.

 

Unlike most science the electron configuration isn't theoretical - the atom and it's electrons are very real.
CARBON ATOM

The 'model' of the atom is theoretical but the actual electrons are well studied and in a sense form a distinct sequence of numbers themselves.

 

These orbiting electrons are in fact in distinct energy shells called s, p, d and f shells

 

 s, p and d orbitals

and that they fill up these shells in a specific order…

 

and are written down like this:

1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d10 4p6 5s2

 

with electrons no longer flying around the outside of the nucleus but are found in "probability" shells on specific axis…

 

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The electron configuration is well understood... this site looks at the sequence of the electron configuration and how it "SLOTS" into the prime number sequence.

 

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Find out more...

 

the prime number sequence

 

how electrons spin - overview

 

how electrons show wave particle duality

 

how electron waves fit into the gaps in the prime number sequence

 

 

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how the inverse square law effects the wave function

 

all the ODD elements to Bromine mapped

 

the electron magnetic spectrum fields

 

the magnetic primes mapped

 

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he prime atom Kr - Krypton

 

the rotation paradox?

 

the hydrogen molecule and atom

 

Fibonacci coordinates

 

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the centre of the atom zeta function

 

is it just organised chaos?

 

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