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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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If you could make a met-car with titanium, why couldn't you form similar clusters using other transition metals with similar electronic configurations to that of titanium, surmised Castleman.
The last example of the synthesis of a simple, stable molecule with the electronic configuration of antiaromaticity -- cyclooctatetraene -- was in 1913.
What is unique about the electronic configuration of the copper atoms in the new compounds is that their average valence, or net charge, is less than 2.
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