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What is the noble gas configuration of Bohrium?

What is the noble gas configuration of Bohrium?

Atomic Data of Bohrium (Element 107)

Valence electrons 6d5 7s2 (as predicted depending on its position in periodic table)
Electron configuration (noble gas configuration) [Rn] 5f146d57s2 [1]
Crystal structure Unknown
Atomic structure
– Number of Electrons 107

What is the atomic structure of Bohrium?

Bohrium Properties

Electrons: 107
Protons: 107
Neutrons: 155
Electron Configuration: [Rn] 5f14 6d5 7s2
Atomic Radius: 12 8 pm (predicted)

What is the full electron configuration for uranium?

[Rn] 5f3 6d1 7s2
Uranium/Electron configuration
The ground state electronic configuration of Neutral Uranium atom is [Rn] 5f3 6d1 7s2.

What is the atomic number of Bohrium?

Bohrium/Atomic number

What is Bohrium atomic mass number?

264 u
Bohrium/Atomic mass

What determines electron configuration?

The electron configuration of a system is determined by its orbitals and by the number of electrons present. If one wishes to deduce the configuration, one must know the orbitals. This is relatively simple for hydrogen, much more difficult for other atoms, and extremely difficult for molecules.

Which element has this electron configuration?

The electron configuration of an element describes how electrons are distributed in its atomic orbitals . Electron configurations of atoms follow a standard notation in which all electron-containing atomic subshells (with the number of electrons they hold written in superscript) are placed in a sequence.

How do you calculate the electron configuration of an element?

To calculate an electron configuration, divide the periodic table into sections to represent the atomic orbitals, the regions where electrons are contained.

What is electron configuration used for?

The electron configuration is used to describe the orbitals of an atom in its ground state, but it can also be used to represent an atom that has ionized into a cation or anion by compensating with the loss of or gain of electrons in their subsequent orbitals.