electron orbit

NOUN
  1. the path of an electron around the nucleus of an atom
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How To Use electron orbit In A Sentence

  • At this time, the maximum number of electron orbitals or electron shells for any element is seven.
  • Each electron orbit of the same size or energy could only hold so many electrons.
  • Third, the size of the hydrogen atom's first electron orbit is accurately predicted.
  • The size of the atom is defined not by hard boundaries but by how far the electron orbits reach.
  • The effect is due to the distortion of the electron orbitals because of the magnetic field.
  • An electron orbiting in one of these ‘allowed’ orbits has a defined energy state, does not radiate energy, and does not spiral into the nucleus.
  • Rydberg atoms do not move or collide because they are laser cooled, but the electron orbits of adjacent atoms can overlap.
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