Atomic structure

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M O C A Y J G A B H I J J A G R V T C G T
H R U H K E H C X J Y C S B G U Q O R J V
M B Q R T U M R Y Q D V G C M I W R C R T
B I K I S U B S H E L L S D N T J D V O J
N T J G T E R S M M Y F U G N Y X O V Y N
L A G H K T H P X M G B V A L O B V I C Y
G L W T G R O U P S O N E A N D T W O I S
Y S U A T U F T M T H R E E G K L S U U Q
A E F N H S P H E R I C A L K A C Q L R B
L J K G W S Y Y L A N O N V O P D I X X J
P B A L H N V R L M X L U C H I M T D S X
B P P E V O M I B C U R F T C N A R B Y X
Q L B S W R D V L J P O B M O R J B H V L
V J L A F T V C F H J T C D U M B E L L C
G R O P T C O A H Q Y X E B L P Y Y Q T K
R B C H Q E Y A R E C K C V C J V A F U S
B H K F C L B B E P W G G Q T T P S U E M
K P Y G N E Q F W U X L T T N T G E S N R
S C U K G W O S A K O O F D H H R L H H A
H D L M F A D T W N M G V T J N K I K V Y
H W N W I M N B M H I G T R B D T K A W Y

Clues

  • At what angle the P orbitals to each other? (5, 6)
  • How many electrons make up an orbital? (3)
  • Right-hand side of the periodic table- which block? (1, 5)
  • The P-block has how many orbitals? (5)
  • The shape of P orbitals (7)
  • The shape of S orbitals (9)
  • These move around the nucleus in shells (9)
  • These split up sub-shells (8)
  • What is the first level of division of shells? (3, 6)
  • Where is the S-block found? (6, 3, 3, 3)

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