Atomic Orbitals and Orbital Shapes Video

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Atomic Orbitals and shapes for Organic Chemistry VidIntro to Orgo Series: Video 3
This tutorial video is designed to help new and incoming organic chemistry students build a solid foundation for organic chemistry
Topics discussed include an overview of the atomic orbitals including their shapes, sub-orbitals, and the number of electrons found in each. The orbitals are also related to their placement on the table leading into the topic of electron configurations.


(Watch on YouTube: Orbital & Shapes. Click cc on the bottom right for video transcription.)

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<– Watch Previous Video: Periodic Table Trends
–> Watch Next Video: Electron Configuration Tutorial Part 1

This is Video 3 in the Intro to Orgo Video Series. Click HERE for the entire series.

Want to test your understanding? Try the Gen Chem Review for Orgo Quiz after watching the series!

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  1. So is there more than one S orbital? S is the configuration, or shape, of the orbital, and 2s envelops 1s, 1p, 1f, and 1d?

  2. why is electron not counted in mass.
    why doesn,t it have weight

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