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what is the reason for the electrons in a given subshell to orient in certain preffered regions?

what is the reason for the electrons in a given subshell to orient in certain preffered regions?

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Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty 10341 Points
10 months ago
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Magnetic quantum number describes the behavior of electron in a magnetic field. We know that the movement of electrical charge is always associated with magnetic field. Since the revolving electron possesses angular momentum, it will give rise to a very small magnetic field which interact with the external magnetic field of the earth. Under the influence of external magnetic field, the electrons in a given subshell orient themselves in certain preferred regions of space around the nucleus. These are called orbitals

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