Subject: Why aren't the full amount of electrons in certain shells complete?
Date: Mon Mar 19 18:15:45 2001
Posted by Colton
Grade level: 10-12
City: Albuquerque State/Province: NM
Area of science: Physics
Per the data I have the shells need to have their full complement of electrons
before another shell is formed, but looking at the Periodic Table it shows
electrons forming a new shell before the previous one is complete. EX. Colbolt
K-shell (2) L-Shell (8) M-Shell (15) N-Shell (2) Why didn't the M shell
Re: Why aren't the full amount of electrons in certain shells complete?
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