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How To Know That L Values Are For A Specific Electron In Electron Configuration?From Chemistry Forum:
How to know that l values are for a specific electron in electron configuration? I understand how you can determine the allowed values of l and ml, but when it is asking for a specific electron how do you know which of those values are associated with it? For example, the possible l values for a n value of 2 is 0,1. And that means the possible ml values are -1,0,1. But if they ask for a specific electron (like the RD electron in F) how do you know which of those possible values go with it? Thanks you any help you can give! I appreciate the time it takes to explain this!
Answer: configuration of F: S's S's 2p5 For RD electron n=2(it resides in the second shell) l=0(it resides in the s orbital) ml=0 ms=+1/2
What Is The Difference Between L-Glutathione And Reduced Glutathione?From Other - Health Forum:
What is the difference between l-glutathione and reduced glutathione? I need to know how l-glutathione is different from reduced glutton or is it the same? Also I heard that the side effects of l-glutathione is akin whitening but it isn't permanent or is it?
Answer: L-glutathione is "the reduced form of glutathione". The reduced form of glutton or L-glutathione is the kind of glutton that has the side effect of skin whitening. The effects can be permanent, however you have to maintain your skin in good condition of-course. that would mean you have to stay clear from prolonged exposure to UV rays or sunlight, you have to drinks lots of water, and eat fruits and vegetables. If your considering whitening your skin however I suggest you first try Swiss l-glutathione bar. It's a really good whitening soap that brings the effects of glutton directly to your skin. visit their site here: http://www.swisscare4u.com
How Can I Arrange The Letters R And L In 64 Different Ways Using 6 At A Time?From Mathematics Forum:
How can I arrange the letters R and L in 64 different ways using 6 at a time? There are 64 ways to arrange the letters R and L, or any two letters, in 6 letter combinations like: LLLLLL LRLRLR RLLRRL etc.. I need six more. Please help!
Answer: OK this is the pattern: first 32 ... has L as first letter second 32 has R on second letter: first 16 has L second 16 has R third 16 has L fourth 16 has R on third letter: first 8 has L second 8 has R third 8 has L fourth 8 has R fifth 8 has L sixth 8 has R seventh 8 has L eighth 8 has R and thus the pattern so for each sequence of the next letter ... it just takes half the number of the prior set of letters to change ... until ultimately on the Th position ... you alternate between the letters . then you complete your combination .
What Is The L And The 2 In I=2 When Dealing With Quantum Numbers?From Chemistry Forum:
What is the l and the 2 in I=2 when dealing with quantum numbers? The question is. What is an element in which the l=2 sub level is being filled? If someone feels up to it to go into depth with this and please explain the entire concept of nodes, orbitals and all that jazz too. That would be great! Thanks a whole lot.
Answer: this article in wiped gives the in depth explanation that you mention. keep this in mind: in order to 'Ace' high school and freshman college classes in physics and chemistry, all you need to know about l is that it is the second principle quantum number and that its the number for angular velocity and that this quantum number sets the shape of the atomic orbital. when l is zero the shape is a sphere. the electron moves around the nucleus of the atom in a shell-type region of space that has the shape of a sphere. if l is 2 then the electron occupies a region that has a pi shape or 'pear shape'. also, know that l is allowed to range over the integers between zero and n-1. n is the principle quantum number. if n is 3, for example then l is allowed to be zero, one ,or two. l is not allowed to be negative like m is. and l is not allowed to be any fraction, like spin is. just start by getting the basics and the rest will unfold all in good time. read this Viki article about all 4 of the quantum numbers......n,m,ms and the one you ask about, l when l is 1 the shape of the electron's orbit is a 'tear' or 'pear' shape that extends or juts far out away from the nucleus and makes the atom very reactive. here are the otter orbital shapes. s, p, d and f http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/electrons/faq/f-orbital-shapes.shtml http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_numbers#How_many_quantum_numbers.3F
How It Be Believable To Write L From Death Note As A Precook In A Fanfic?From Books & Authors Forum:
How it be believable to write L from Death Note as a precook in a fanfic? I am writing a fanatic where I was going to give L the powers of a precook through his dreams so he can stay ahead of Light. Is this a lame idea and if so, how could I explain the dreams that L's had that's already told him of the future? Could a Shanghai send L visions through his dreams (someone suggested that another Shanghai with a grudge against Yuk could be responsible) Any advice?
Answer: I don't think it's a bad idea as long as it doesn't let L see maybe a month ahead of time. Around 2 weeks sounds reasonable. But then again, I believe L has insomnia right? So how exactly can he dream? Maybe have the Shanghai drop her notebook to give Kira (Light) some competition. Somehow it ends up with L and the Shanghai offers L precook powers that is strictly reserved for high-leveled Shanghai. The Shanghai would go against the rules, give the powers to L and so on so forth. It's your story so twist it up, good luck!
What Is The Difference Between Acidly L-Carnitine And Regular L-Carnitine?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
What is the difference between acidly l-carnitine and regular l-carnitine? What is the difference between acidly l-carnitine and regular l-carnitine, this supplement is going to be used for a suspected case of hyperthyroidism.
Answer: Acetyl-L-carnitine seems to help brain functions and improve memory. L-carnitine seems to help in the stabilisation of fats during exercise.
P & L Statement It Shows The Invoice Totals. How Do I Get It To Show The Actual $ Amount Receivedinstead?From Other - Business & Finance Forum:
P & L Statement it shows the invoice totals. How do I get it to show the actual $ amount receivedinstead? In Quick books the income portion of the P&L statement isn't showing actual income. How can I make it do that?
Answer: Most P & L statements show sales based on invoice totals. When people are invoiced, it is expected that they will pay for the merchandise. On the balance sheet, there is an Account for Accounts Receivable. When money is received from customers, it reduces AR and increases Cash. If the collections department decides that an invoice is noncollectable, AR is reduced and the expense account "bad debt writeoffs" is charged. That bad debt expense account is on the P & L statement, and as it grows, it reduces net income.
What Are Similar Lesbian TV Shows To The L Word That Has Alard Finished?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
What are similar lesbian TV shows to the L Word that has Alard finished? I love the L Word so much and I'm looking for some similar TV shows that have storyline about lesbians. But I don't want a talk show like Ellen or a teenage show like South of Nowhere. I would like show about adults I would also like to say I'm looking for a show that is Alard completely ended so I buy it on DVD. THANKS!
Answer: The only adult one is Lip Service or The Real L Word. Sugar Rush might do you. They're teens, but they seem much older than they do in Son.
How Much Water Must Be Added To 12 L Of A 40% Solution Of Alcohol To Obtain A 30% Solution?From Homework Help Forum:
How much water must be added to 12 L of a 40% solution of alcohol to obtain a 30% solution? Explain the steps to me. How much water must be added to 12 L of a 40% solution of alcohol to obtain a 30% solution?
Answer: very simple, a half L
Air In An Ideal Diesel Cycle Is Compressed From 4 L To 0.25 L, And Then It Expands During The Constant Pressur?From Engineering Forum:
Air in an ideal Diesel cycle is compressed from 4 L to 0.25 L, and then it expands during the constant pressur? Air in an ideal Diesel cycle is compressed from 4 L to 0.25 L, and then it expands during the constant pressure heat addition process to 0.50 L. Under cold air standard conditions, the thermal efficiency of this cycle is Does anybody know how to help solve this?
Answer: n= 1- ((a^x)-1)/(x*e^(x-1) *(a-1) n=efficiency e=compression ratio= v1/v2 a=cut off ratio=V3/V2 x=Cp/Cv=1.4 for air v1=4L v2=0.23L v3=0.5 L e= 4/0.23=17.39 a= 0.5/0.23=2.17 n= 1- ((2.17^1.4)-1)/(1.4*17.39^(1.4-1) *(2.17-1) = 0.42= 42%
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