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Grade: 12th Pass

                        

why do the 3s, 3p and 3d orbitals have the same energy in a hydrogen atom

3 years ago

Answers : (2)

Himanshu Kumar
16 Points
							
As long as there is no electron in 3rd orbit they will have same energy. Differentiation in energy level occurs when there is electron. Same will be the situation with 2nd , 4th , so on.
3 years ago
Bhavya
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1286 Points
							Dear student
Shell are degenerate in nature i.e.they possess same energy till the time an electron comes in it and carries out redistribution of energy.As Hydrogen contains only 1 electron which lies in 1storbit there will be no repulsion between other shells hence they will remain degenerate.
1s<2s=2p<3s=3p=3d<4s=4p=4d=4f<....and so on.
3 years ago
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