The exactly half-filled and fully filled orbitals have greater stability than other configurations.

The reason for their stability are symmetry and exchange energy.

*(a). Symmetry*

**The half-filled and fully-filled orbitals are more symmetrical than any other configuration and symmetry leads to greater stability.**

*(b). Exchange Energy*

**The electrons present in the different orbitals of the same sub-shell can exchange their positions. Each such exchange leads to the decrease in energy known as**

**. Greater the number of exchanges, greater the exchange energy and hence greater the stability. As the number of exchanges that take place in the half-filled and fully-filled orbitals is maximum, thus exchange energy is maximum and hence maximum stability.**

*Exchange Energy*
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DeleteBoth half filled and full filled is symetrical

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ReplyDeletewhen the subshell is half filled electron is arranged in symmetrical manner such that the net force due to nucleus and other electrons becomes low and the stability of electron in an atom increases.

ReplyDeletealso due to possible exchange in position of electron the stability increases.

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ReplyDeleteWhy is number of exchanges greater in half filled or full filled orbitals

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Deletewhen they exchange there position in degenarate orbitals there should be no loss of energy as energy all same for all . Please tell why this happen ?

ReplyDeleteA fully filled 3d and partially filled 3d which on will have the greatest stability

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