We have seen quite a lot of new stuff up to now. We described monoelectronic and polyelectronic atoms and developed the description to molecules through the approximation of Born-Oppenheimer, the theory of groups and the CSOC. All of this teaches us how orbitals are and how they change during a reaction. Yet, we did not […]

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# Chapter 12 : MPC – Orbital angular moment L

The electrons revolving on an orbital generate an angular moment. ML is the quantic number associated to the projection of L on the internuclear axis. The projection is degenerated because it can either be in the positive values of the z axis or in the negative ones. The projection of L can thus give ML […]