Atomic structure

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

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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