ORBIT |
ORBITAL |

It is well-defined circular path followed by electron around nucleus. | It is a region of space around the nucleus where the probability of finding an electron is maximum. |

It represents two dimensional motion of electron around nucleus. | It represents three dimensional motion of electron around nucleus. |

The maximum no. of electrons in an orbit is 2n^{2}. |
The maximum no. of electrons in an orbital is 2. |

Orbit is circular in shape. | Orbitals have different shapes. |

## Saturday, May 14, 2011

### Difference Between Orbit and Orbital

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p-6

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DeleteNO, each orbital has 2 electrons but s,p,d,f are sublevels not orbitals

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DeleteEach orbital holds 2 electrons. Each sublevel has a different number of orbitals. So the number of electrons in a sublevel are equal to # of orbitals x 2. P: 3 orbitals. Each holding 2 electrons, so 3x2 = 6 total electrons in sublevel p.

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Deletein 1st orbit n is 1 and hence it can hold 2 electrons

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3rd orbit n=3 electrons=18

4th orbit n=4 electrons=32 and so on.....

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