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I have wasted so much time trying to understand this that I thought I must be an idiot. I finally get that the shapes, or probability clouds, of orbitals only hold two electrons no matter how many lobes and complicated the shape of the orbital is. I had confused each lobe of an orbital as representing a different shell. I don't understand why the books and videos just don't start with this presentation to begin with. As Feynman said, its' not complicated, just a lot of sub-structures. Thank you.
So, if a 1s orbital is being covered by a 2s orbital, can the electrons of the 2s orbital be found inside the 1s orbital? making it seem as if the 1s orbital had 4 electrons but it's actually the 1s and 2s electrons in the same place?
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Wait.. If one 2p orbital can hold 2 electrons, then why does carbon need two 2p orbitals? Since one 2p would be enough for 6 electrons cause the other 4 are in the first two s orbitals
Sir plz make video on movement of electrons in orbitals as well as in shells
best explanation….thank u so much
so there is a G orbital??????
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At 11:05 we see the f orbitals with different colored lobes. What does this mean?
How many orbitals are contained in an atom with atomic number 13?
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Very sharp and good explanation, thank you.
SUPERB Explanation.But I Have Serious Trust Issues with SCIENCE.GREAT WORK!!
what is lobe in orbitals
Great!! but why on earth are you calling the vertical axis "z" instead of "y"?!
Just to confirm: an orbital is where you definitely find an electron – 157% certainty? Did I understand correctly?
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B has 3 electrons . Why did he say B has 5 electrons ?
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better explanation than my professor! THANK YOU
Orbitals like monoatomic gold for example
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What an explanation !!!
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Thank you kind sir, this finally makes sense.
The best explanation that I came across. Thanks
Now I understand. It's all about thermodynamics haha! Great job man!!! Understand it so well now.Thank you so much
Very good video to help your 12 years old son/daughter understand a bit the theory of the "orbitals" (funnily a kind of wrong name).
Thank you so much, this was so useful :))
This video is a miracle for visual learners. Thank You!
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wish you would have gone over binding and antibinding properties of the stuff but i get that this wouldnt have fit all to well into this video, still really great stuff here, thx a lot
Can someone explain how this links with the 2,8,8 Energy levels that I've been taught in school. I thought that the 2nd Energy level can hold a maximum of 8 electrons and only the 1st Energy level can hold 2 electrons?
Very good explanation
Watched so many videos and asked so many teachers, this one is the only one that actually explained it right. Oof, thanks mate 😀
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A BEAUTIFUL explanation!
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If the number in front of the letter reveals which energy level it is (for example 1s is the first and 2s is the second energy level) then why when we get to the p shaped orbitals is it 2p? Why not 1p?
Thank you, Sir! Extremely helpful
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Do the inner region s of the p orbitals envelop the nucleus? The p orbitals seem detached from the nucleus unless they encircle the nucleus.
I was stuck on this in my textbook for a week, rereading it over and over. Thank you for clearing things up 😄
Hello! I wanted you to know that since discovering your channel I've been binge watching a lot of your videos! Everything is explained both thoroughly and very clearly. So many videos out there are completely consumed with trying to have glitzy graphics or are extremely fast paced and "humorous".
Thank you so much for this video, cleared some things up for me
why can each "orbital" mode contain 2 electrons ?
The explanation was so clear, I tried to use it as a reference for my atom vid animation.
Thanks great video!
I agree with you
I thought that the shape of the orbitals gave rise to the characteristics of the atoms. I wished that you had gone in to more detail about the higher energy orbitals such as the 'd' and 'f' orbitals.
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Your explanation is tremendous. Thanks so much for your help. I look forward to coming to your channel for further chemistry advice throughout my studies.
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Stop calling people by their last names. Call them by their first names.
Thank you for helping me pass chemistry.
Thanks a lot Now I have a better visualization of an atom
best video ever found on YT
Like if your comming from Mr.Mancini's class
thank you so much. you have explained so clearly
So at the end what we know about the electrons is the probably of how much energy they have, how far from the nucleus are and the shape of the space of how probability they are. So, at the end is…all probability?. By the way, is this consider more chemistry or physics?
I love the explanation it's really easy to understand
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thats my teacher
@CrashChemisty: The first two spherical orbits: Do they both go all the way to the center or should no.2. orbit be hollowed out sphere?
I do not understand why NOBODY plots the orbitals indicating the quantic number N
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Please keep up.. Great work.. great expaliner with great visual
Michael teaches at oxford uni
Thanks. In chemistry we did electron configurations and I know how to do it, but I always felt like I was missing something. Now, I'm in physics and I'm trying to understand why electrons like to exist in pairs.
13:07 Wait, so won’t that mean that 3d will be filled before 4s, and the order of the periodic table is misleading?
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Thank you so so much; this video is very efficient and concise, as all science tutorial videos should be.
This is a really good video 😁I'm in the 7 grade, but I really love learning about these things. Your explanation is really, really good. But I have question.Question:when it comes to 2p orbital, do the orbitals (2px, 2pz, 2py) themselves orbit around the nucleus so they make a full revolution, or are they stationary.
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this is the first time I've actually understood an orbitals video largely because this is the first video where the guy wasn't flexing how big his galaxy ultra mega god brain was.
Can someone please help me.The Pb4+ isotope has the following orbitals: 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d10 4p6 5s2 4d10 5p6 4f14Where did the 1s2 orbital go? Why does it not fill up its 78 electrons? It only has 66 with this combination. Do they disappear and if so why?
Why are u so good at this? Do u know how many lives u saved rn ❤️ Literally im so thankful. Your explanation is the best because ur not fast, you go back to basics and you repeat previous lesson which is awesome. Tysm!!
god bless you sir. seriously, thank you
U r a grt explainer buddy !
OK, so I have a few questions. My understanding is that the Principal Quantum Number represents the energy level of an electron. I've also seen it regularly mentioned that these energy levels are quantized (based on Schrodinger's equation) such that they can only take on discrete values that are integer multiples. Finally, I've heard it said that the distance the electron is from the nucleus corresponds to its energy level. So, if the electrons can be found anywhere in the orbital, doesn't that mean that they would be taking on different energy values?
Anyone got cornell notes to this please let me know I need them today
If they're not orbiting why call that?
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Thanks! Amazing explanation
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I was having a hard time trying to visualize how orbitals overlap each other with different shapes and energy levels but this vid made it as clear as glass thankkk u genius
Can I use this video for school purposes?
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