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Advances in Photochemistry by David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick

By David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick

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As before, the Natural Atomic Orbitals (NAOs) serve as the optimal “effective” atom-like orbitals for describing the overall electron density distribution of the molecular wavefunction, so that finding the atomic electrons in NBO output is not more difficult than in Chapter 2. We shall first examine how the NAOs within the molecular environment differ from the free-space forms encountered in Chapter 2. We use the experience gained there to anticipate the “breathing” Discovering Chemistry With Natural Bond Orbitals, First Edition.

Orbitals of higher principal quantum number. 1, the core 1s electrons lie much deeper in energy than 2s and other valence shell electrons, and are often considered “inert” for chemical purposes. However, the occupied core orbitals exert significant influence on higher lying valence orbitals of the same symmetry through the strong exchange-type repulsions associated with the Pauli exclusion principle. 4 Fluorine (a) core 1s, (b) valence 2s, and (c) Rydberg 3s orbitals in profile (left) and contour (right) plots, showing radial oscillations and nodal patterns that preserve orthogonality to lower orbitals of the same symmetry.

In the formal Aufbau procedure for atomic electron configurations, an electron is added to the “lowest unfilled orbital” with each increment in nuclear charge Z. (a) Consider the Aufbau from Ca to Sc. What NAO of Ca is the “lowest unfilled” orbital? Which NAO of Sc is the “newly occupied” orbital of the configuration? Is the “newly occupied” orbital the same as the “highest occupied” orbital of Sc? Problems and Exercises 33 (b) When an electron is removed from Sc by ionization Sc ! Scþ þ eÀ which NAO of Sc (the “newly occupied” or “highest occupied”) loses the electron?

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