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Where can I find pictures of g, h, and higher orbitals?


Vocabulary
orbital*
principal quantum number*
You can find pictures of these orbitals at Atomic Orbitals by Manthey The pictures are computer-generated, require no special plugins to view, and are tabulated by quantum number. The "Grand Table" includes all atomic orbitals with principal quantum number up to and including 10. Radial nodes are shown using cutaway views for some orbitals. The software used to render the orbitals is available for downloading.

Author: Fred Senese senese@antoine.frostburg.edu



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