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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 8815 Amounts

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 8815 Amounts

In this video, we're going to talk about the SPD F sublevels. One thing we need to know is that S has a spherical shape, just like a sphere. P has a dumbbell shape, which can be drawn in two ways. D is like a cloverleaf, and F has some unusual shape that varies. Some things you need to know is that the number of energy levels is equal to the number of sublevels. So, when n is 1, you only have 1 sublevel, which is S. When n is 2, you have two sublevels, S and P. When n is 3, you have 3 sublevels, 3s, 3p, and 3d. When n is 4, there are 4 sublevels, 4s, 4p, 4d, and 4f. The S sublevel can hold up to two electrons, and you need to know that every orbital can hold up to two electrons. So S has one orbital. Now, in a periodic table, the S block is the first two columns, Group one and Group two. P can hold up to 6 electrons, and if you notice the P block in the periodic table, it's from Group 13 to Group 18. So, it can hold up to 6 electrons and has three orbitals. D can hold up to 10 electrons, and the elements in the D block, like zinc, copper, and nickel, are in the 3d sublevel. There are 10 elements in the D block, and it has 5 orbitals. F can hold up to 14 electrons and has 7 orbitals. So, those are some things you want to keep in mind. By the way, whenever you have the S sublevel, L is equal to 0. For the P sublevel, L is equal to 1. For D, L is equal to 2. And for F, L is...