Atomic structure

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