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How would the 2s and 3p orbitals differ from the 1s and 2p orbitals? Check all that apply.

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The and orbitals would have more nodes than and orbitals.
The orbital would be the same shape as the orbital but would be smaller in size.
The and orbitals would have more nodes than and orbitals.
The orbitals would have the same shape as the orbitals but would be smaller in size.
The orbital would be the same shape as the orbital but would be larger in size.
The orbitals would have the same shape as the orbitals but would be larger in size.

  • imcomplete--chemistry -

    You have typed all of the possible choices for answers and omitted (left blank spaces I suppose) for 1s, 2s 2p, 3p where ever they appear in the choice. Can't help you.

  • chemistry -

    The orbitals 2s and 3p would be the same shape as the 1s and 2p, but would be larger in size.

  • chemistry -

    The 1s orbital is a sphere and the 2p orbital is made up of three dumbbells oriented in the x, y and z direction. The 2s orbital would be the same shape as the 1s orbital, but would be larger in size and the 3p orbital would have the same shape as the 2p orbitals bout would be larger in size. Also, the 2s and 3p orbitals would have more nodes.

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