Free and printable orbital energy diagrams are provided to guide you learn about the atomic orbital. We have a selection of printable orbital diagram of HCL, iron, selenium, and more. The following orbital energy diagrams are available in printable quality to show you the mathematical function of electrons of those aforementioned. Explore the diagrams in the following images, simply click to save and print!
The provided picture above shows you the bond of the orbital energy diagram. These diagrams show you the energy of an electron in a single electron atom. Electrons can have different energies, which impacts the behavior of every atom in terms of its properties and its reactivity with other atoms.
In the HCL orbital energy diagram, the Cl electrons residing up to 3s orbital (1s, 2s, 2px,2py,2pz,3s) are largely stabilized than H electron in 1s orbital and therefore they cannot mix and form the bond. The 3p electrons of Cl have comparable energy with the H electron and therefore are allowed to mix. However, since 3px and 3py orbitals have different symmetry than that of 1s orbital (if you consider z-axis as the internuclear axis), the only possible mixing situation is the sigma type overlap between the 1s orbital of H and 3pz orbital of Cl.
Meanwhile, as shown in the diagram, the electron configuration of selenium is 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d10 4p4. The configuration charts like these provide an easy way to understand and predict how atoms will interact to form chemical bonds. With these diagrams, hopefully, you will get better knowledge and information about the orbital energy diagrams!
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