electronic configuration

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electronic configuration (i·lek·trnˑ·ik kn·figˈ·y·rāˑ·shn),

n arrangement of electrons within an atom.
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It was thought that the cyclopentadienyl cation ought to be antiaromatic and hence unstable, because its electronic configuration corresponds to that predicted by theory to be antiaromatic.
While X-ray crystallography reveals structural changes, it does not provide details of how the electronic configurations evolve over time, where the Purdue team's work came in.
Why place such a premium on electronic configurations of atoms at the expense of teaching the chemistry of the macroscopic elements?
If we performed this calculation starting with zeroth-order eigenfunctions, corresponding to single electronic configurations, we would find that absorption is due to superposition of a continuum of almost constant intensity with lines belonging to series that converge to the [.
No atoms in the compound have the requisite electronic configurations to generate magnetic moments, Ott says.
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It is an in-depth examination of the field through twelve papers on philosophy of chemistry and the question of reduction; the periodic table, electronic configurations and the nature of elements, and realism and anti-realism; and educational issues in the field.

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