Atomic structure

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

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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