Imdadul haque Asked a Question
September 17, 2020 11:01 ampts 30 pts
23. For a particular orbital, as one goes away from the nucleus along the z-axis, the probability density decreases to zero, then increases, and finally decreases without increasing a second time. This is consistent with a (A) 3p orbital. (B) 2s orbital. C) 2p, orbital. (D) 3s orbital.
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    Option B 2s orbital
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    In case of 2s-orbital, number of nodes = 2-1 = 1. Thus it has two maxima separated by a region of a nodal surface. The probability density is maximum near the nucleus and decreases...
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  • Priyanshu kumar thankyou
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