Atomic structure

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

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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