Difference between orbit and orbitals
Asked by himankarbhati3 | 21st Sep, 2018, 08:29: AM
It is a three-dimensional region in the space around the nucleus where the probability of finding an electron is maximum.
Simply it's a region where the electrons are revolved.
It is a well defined circular path around the nucleus in which an electron revolves.
It represents the two-dimensional motion of the electron around the nucleus.
Answered by Ramandeep | 21st Sep, 2018, 11:14: AM
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