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  Transition metal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, many interesting properties of the transition elements as a group are the result of their ability to contribute valence electrons from s orbitals before d orbitals, a property which all members of the d-block except zinc and scandium share, so the more restricted definition is in many contexts the more useful.
The d orbitals are contributed after the s orbitals because once the d orbital begins to fill its electrons move closer to the nucleus, leaving the s electrons as the outermost.
The outer s orbitals in the d-block elements are at lower energy states than the d orbitals of the n−1 levels.
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ORBITAL COMPLICATIONS OF SINUSITIS IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS -Pattern of sinus disease differs among adults and children -Developmental differences dictate pattern of sinusitis with secondary orbital involvement, ethmoid and sphenoid sinuses present at birth, the maxillary sinus becomes significant by age 2, the frontal sinus appears between five and seven years of age.
Infection of the orbit proper, diffuse edema, infiltration of the periorbita and orbital adipose tissue with bacteria and leukocytes.
CT Scan demonstrates an increased size of the superior orbital veins bilaterally along with an increase in the size of the extraocular muscles, an expansion of the cavernous sinus with failure to opacify on contrast studies.
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 Specific orbital energy - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
According to the orbital energy conservation equation (also referred to as vis-viva equation) it is the same at all points of the trajectory:
The International Space Station has an orbital period of 91.74 minutes, hence the semi-major axis is 6738 km http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&lr=&newwindow=1&safe=off&q=%28%2891.74*60%2F2%2Fpi%29%5E2*398600%29%5E%281%2F3%29.
If the angle between v and g is acute, for example in a landing (on a celestial body without atmosphere) and in a transfer to a circular orbit around a celestial body when arriving from outside, this means applying the delta-v as late as possible.
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 U5pquiz.html
For example the three m(l) values for "p" atomic orbitals give them geometric orientation along the three cartesian axis, x,y and z and are symbolized as p(x), p(y) and p(z) respectively.
The larger the n value, the further away the atomic orbital is from the nucleus.
An "s" orbital is spherical, the "p" orbitals are "dumb bell" shaped and pointing along the three axis, x, y and z; and so on.
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 Ch109_Lec_2July   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This occurs because the s orbitals are already spherically symmetrical, whereas the d orbital set only becomes fully spherically symmetrical when all of the d orbitals are filled in the same way, in this case having one unpaired electron each.
This occurs because the s orbitals are already spherically symmetrical, whereas the d orbital set only becomes fully spherically symmetrical when all of the d orbitals are filled in the same way, in this case all of the d orbitals have two electrons each.
For example, in the n=2 shell the 2s orbital becomes lower in energy than the shell, while the 2p orbitals become higher in energy.
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Points A,B,C, and D are four positions of this planet in its orbit.
The foci of the elliptical orbit are F1 and F2.
The elliptical orbit of planet Z and the distance between the foci(F1 and F2) are drawn to scale.
www.cat.cc.md.us /~bhugick/shsunit10_unit/q10c.htm   (476 words)

  
 Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Metal Phthalocyanines: d6 and d8 Cases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This interpretation is consistent with theoretical calculations that predict a large contribution of iron d orbitals near the Fermi energy.
It is clear in the present case that the occupancy of the d orbitals is playing a significant role in the STM image.
On the basis of the results presented here, the orbital configuration of the central metal ion must be considered since it can, in certain cases, provide the dominant tunneling pathway for the molecule and in other cases block conduction through regions of a molecule.
www.wsu.edu /~hipps/fenipc/fenipc.htm   (4421 words)

  
 [3.0] Gravity & Orbital Mechanics [encyclopedia]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The orbital radius is measured in meters from the center, not the surface, of the Earth.
Orbital planning software calculates one set of conics to define the spacecraft's trajectory at launch, calculates a second set of conics for the spacecraft's trajectory at its target, and tries to find one conic in each set that match up.
The constant can be simplified by specifying the orbital radius in terms of the Earth's orbit, or "astronomical unit (AU)", the orbital period in terms the Earth's orbital period, or years, and the system mass in terms of multiples of the mass of the Sun.
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 Duran: Chapter Nine Quantum Numbers and the Wave Mechanical Model of the Atom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Orbitals with the same value of n are said to be in the same shell.
The orbital quantum number, l, (or angular momentum quantum number) cannot be larger than n-1, but can be zero or a positive integer.
Part d shows the shape obtained from the ensemble of the 3 allowed p orbitals.
www.chem.ufl.edu /~chm2040/Notes/Chapter_9/quantum.html   (407 words)

  
 Electron Configurations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Each orbital (one orbital for s, three orbitals for p, five orbitals for d, etc.) may have a maximum of 2 electrons.
The d orbitals of a lower level do not fill until the s orbital of the next level is filled (4 s before 3 d, or 5 s before 4 d).
Electrons are generally placed in orbitals up to the maximum number possible before the next orbital starts filling.
www.hillsdale.edu /AcademicAssociations/Chemistry/science101/elecconf.html   (603 words)

  
 Modern Theory of Atomic Structure, page 2
The electron is never restricted to an orbital as in travels around a nucleus, but it seems to keep returning to this particular region even though its behavior is random.
Each different orbital picture is a result of the value of the Quantum Numbers that are applied to a specific electron.
Orbital Overlap refers to some of the orbitals at a given value of n being located above some of the orbitals that are located at a higher value of n, when plotted on an energy level diagram.
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 Astronomy A Final Examination 1997   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
======================================================================e,c,b,c or e,c 81 Aberration of starlight is a) reddening of starlight by the earth’s atmosphere, b) reddening of starlight by the interplanetary medium, c) associated with the problem of the regression of the apsides, d) explained in the Principia, e) caused by the orbital motion of the earth.
This distance is known as (a) the tidal boundary, (b) the Roche limit, (c) the density gradient, (d) the inverse cube law of tides, (e) Browne's theorem.
The diameter is 2705 km and (a) the relative uncompressed density is nine times that of water, (b) it has the largest known volcano in the solar system, (c) it has a retrograde orbit, (d) the orbital eccentricity is 0.75, highest of any large moon, (e) it lies just within the limit of tidal stability.
www.physics.uq.edu.au /people/ross/phys2081/223f97.htm   (911 words)

  
 MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Orbital cellulitis
Orbital cellulitis is an acute infection of the tissues immediately surrounding the eye, including the eyelids, eyebrow, and cheek.
Orbital cellulitis is a dangerous infection with potentially serious complications.
In children, orbital cellulitis is usually from a sinus infection and due to the organism Hemophilus influenzae.
www.nlm.nih.gov /medlineplus/ency/article/001012.htm   (563 words)

  
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Electrons in an orbital with l = 3 are in a/an A.
The number of orbitals in a d subshell is A.
According to de Broglie's equation, the wavelength associated with the motion of a particle increases as the particle mass decreases.
www.lcc.ctc.edu /faculty/aherbelin/CH151_F03/Final_Sample.doc   (613 words)

  
 A High-Eccentricity Low-Mass Companion to HD 89744   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The data were complemented by additional data from the Hamilton spectrograph at Lick Observatory during the companion's periastron passage in fall 1999.
As a result, we have determined the star's orbital wobble to have period P = 256 d, orbital amplitude K = 257 m/s, and eccentricity e = 0.7.
Orbital parameters resulting from a Keplerian fit to the combined data set.
cfa-www.harvard.edu /afoe/HD89744.html   (360 words)

  
 MIT 3.091 Atomic and Molecular Orbitals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The data for each orbital was prouced by a Monte Carlo process.
A coordinate was chosen at random, and the orbital's probability function was calculated for that coordinate.
If the probability calculated for that point was greater than a random number chosen from the range 0 to 1, the point was selected, otherwise it was skipped.
web.mit.edu /3.091/www/orbs   (137 words)

  
 Chapter 3 Important topics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
When making molecular orbitals, it is important to remember that you get the same number of orbitals out as atomic orbitals that you put in to make the MOs.
The 2 s orbitals on the F atoms can either be of the same sign or of the opposite sign.
The result is 6 possible combinations of the p orbitals (3 with the p’s having the same sign or orientation relative to one another, and 3 having the opposite sign or orientation).
www.cst.cmich.edu /users/Lebea1el/Fall01-331/Chapter3.htm   (3120 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - molecular orbital theory (Chemistry) - Encyclopedia
In the simpler valence theory of the chemical bond, each atom in a molecule is assumed to retain its own electrons.
The molecular orbital theory, however, treats each electron as associated with the molecule as a whole.
Each orbital can hold a maximum of two valence electrons and the structure of the molecule is built up by filling the lowest energy orbitals first.
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 Ch107_Lec_11   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Orbital Filling Diagrams: In orbital filling diagrams we provide a little more information - noting that the electrons come in two different spins and that they fill into orbitals with their spins paired in opposite directions.
Thus the d orbital electrons should not be the outermost electrons in an atom.
This can be done in two ways: we can put one electron in each of the 5 d orbitals giving a spherical half-filled d orbital set, or we can put 2 electrons in each orbital.
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 The Russell Saunders Coupling Scheme   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Each orbital has a characteristic shape reflecting the motion of the electron in that particular orbital, this motion being characterised by an angular momentum that reflects the angular velocity of the electron moving in its orbital.
The effect of a crystal field on the different orbitals (s, p, d, etc.) will result in splitting into subsets of different energies, depending on whether they are in an octahedral or tetrahedral environment.
The ground term energies for free ions are also affected by the influence of a crystal field and an analogy is made between orbitals and ground terms that are related due to the angular parts of their electron distribution.
wwwchem.uwimona.edu.jm:1104 /courses/RScoupling.html   (1201 words)

  
 Physics Help and Math Help - Physics Forums - Electron orbital jump
If we are talking about the regular transition that occurs between different n levels, then the transition from "an S orbital to a P orbital" via the emission of a photon is due to a selection rule, or more precisely, the dipole selection rule.
The filling of the 4d orbital ahead of the 3d is primarily due to the closeness of the average position of the 4d electron when compared to the 3d orbital.
However, watch the decrease from nitrogen to oxygen: this is b/c in nitrogen the p orbitals are each half full, whereas oxygen's extra electron goes into another p orbital and the resulting repulsion actually wins out over the nuclear charge increase.
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 Atomic Orbitals
Electron orbitals are the probability distribution of an electron in a atom or molecule.
The electron orbitals presented here represent a volume of space within which an electron would have a certain probability of being based on particular energy states and atoms.
Although the l=0, m=0 orbitals look like simple spheres, regardless of n value, this is not actually the case.
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Therefore, the orbital elements of Uranus and Neptune are less accurace, especially in the distant past and future.
The orbital elements for the Sun, Moon and the major planets, as given here, are valid for a long time period.
However, orbital elemets given for a comet or an asteroid (or for Pluto) are valid only for a limited time.
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I was kinda hoping that when I went to see Orbital this year that there wouldnt be a shitload of pop listening idiots in my way and that Id actually WANT to get to the show early because of the opening artist...but this....I dont know...I just dont get it.
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 Quiz 3 Practice
In the quantum-mechanical model, the spatial orientation of an orbital is determined by quantum number(s)
The principal quantum number of the first d subshell is: a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
a) the energy b) the spin of the electrons c) the probability of the shell d) the size of the orbital e) the axis along which the orbital is aligned
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At a maximum, ___ electrons can be held in the p-orbitals, ___electrons in the d-orbitals and ___electrons in the f-orbitals.
Electrons in which orbital can be farthest from the nucleous?
Which orbital has only one nodal plane and it is on the xy plane
www.ualr.edu /rebelford/chem1402/q1402/X3/c7/7-5/7-5.htm   (72 words)

  
 [68.04] Full 3-D Orbital Solutions for Stars Making a Close Approach to the Supermassive Black Hole at the Center of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
When combined with new proper motion data, this results in an orbital solution with a period of a 13.2 ± 0.4 years, a central mass of 3.8 ± 0.8 \times 10
Mo, and a periapse distance and time of 140 ± 10 AU and 2002.34 ± 0.02, respectively (passing in front of the fl hole).
In addition, we also report new proper motion data and orbital solutions for 5 additional stars (S0-1, S0-4, S0-19, S0-20, and S0-21), 3 of which are newly identified.
www.aas.org /publications/baas/v34n4/aas201/1060.htm   (368 words)

  
 Re: Do phosphorus and sulfur have d orbital electrons?
The teachers manual for Addison-Wesley's Chemistry on page 428 states that P and S have d orbital electrons.
In the ground state, phosphorus and sulfur do not have occupied d atomic orbitals.
However, d-orbital hybridization is often invoked to explain the fact that these elements can form more than the usual number of bonds, such as PF or H
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 pactice test   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
   A) The equality of the Moon's orbital and rotation periods is an extraordinary astronomical coincidence.
   D) measuring the orbital period and distance of one of Jupiter's moons.
16)  An asteroid with an orbital period of 8 years lies at an average distance from the Sun equal to   A) 2 astronomical units.
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 AP Chem Exam: Chapter 6   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
How many orbitals are there in a sublevel if the l quantum number is equal to 3?
How many different types of sub-energy levels (s, p, d, f, g) are occupied in an uranium atom (element 92)?
The orbital diagram that best describes the nitrogen atom in its ground state electronic configuration is
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