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What are radial and angular nodes in an atom and how can we predict which orbital is there based upon these nodes??

What are radial and angular nodes in an atom and how can we predict which orbital is there based upon these nodes??

Grade:12

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vikas askiitian expert
509 Points
10 years ago

File:Hydrogen Density Plots.png

 

nodes are typically considered where the solution is stationary at 0. For radial nodes, f(R)=0 for all angles. They look circular in the picture above. For angular nodes f(someAngle)=0 for all R. They look like the slices.

 

 

number of radial nodes = (n-l-1)

number of angular nodes = l

total nodes = n

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