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Solution: For orbitals that are symmetric but not spherical, the contour
representations suggest where nodal
planes exist (that is, where the electron density is zero). For example, the px orbital has a node wh

For orbitals that are symmetric but not spherical, the contour
representations suggest where nodal
planes exist (that is, where the electron density is zero). For example, the p_{x} orbital has a node wherever x =0. This equation is satisfied by all points on the yz plane, so this plane is called a nodal plane of the p_{x} orbital.

Determine the nodal plane of the p_{z} orbital.

Which atomic orbital has the greatest number of ra...

For the first three questions, consider the bottom...

The graph shows the radial distribution plots for ...

Figure shows the radial probability distribution f...

Radial probability distributions for ...

The accompanying drawing
shows a contour plot for ...

Figure: Comparison of 1s, 2s, and 2p...

What is a wave function?

How is a wave function related to an orbital?

Explain the difference between a plot showing the ...

What can you say about the average distance from t...

Consider the discussion of radial probability func...

Consider the discussion of radial probability func...

For orbitals that are symmetric but not spherical,...

For orbitals that are symmetric but not spherical,...

For orbitals that are symmetric but not spherical,...

How many nodal planes are present in a 3f orbital?...

Draw 90% probability contour (with axes) for the ...

Draw 90% probability contour (with axes) for the ...

Draw 90% probability contour (with axes) for the ...

What is the physical significance of the value of ...

Radial probability distributions for the 1s , 2s ,...

Indicate whether each statment is true or false.Th...

Indicate whether each statment is true or false.Th...

Classify the following statements
as either true o...

You may want to reference (Pages 228 - 231) Sectio...

How many nodes are there in the 1s, 2p, and 3d orb...

Which electron has a higher probability of being f...

The quantum-mechanical treatment of the hydrogen a...

With reference to the figure below, what is the re...

Identify the number of nodes--that is, identify pl...

You may want to reference (Pages 232 - 235) Sectio...

Identify the number of nodes--that is, identify pl...

The wave functions for the 1s and 2s orbitals are ...

The wave functions for the 1s and 2s orbitals are ...

What is a probability distribution map?

Which atomic orbital has the greatest number of ra...

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