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The electronic configuration of Argon (atomic number is 18) is- 1s^2 2s^2 2p^6 3s^2 3p^6 Note:- For writing the electronic configuration of elements, the Aufbau Principle is used. In Aufbau Principle, the electrons are filled according to the increasing energy level of orbitals. According to the Aufbau Principle, first the atomic number of element is determined (like here oxygen has atomic. The argon atom is located about 213 pm from the ion core. As further argon atoms are added, the ν 1 frequency shifts in the opposite direction, towards higher energy, in a fairly systematic fashion; by the time 12 argon atoms are solvating the ionic core, the red shift relative to the free HCO + fundamental is back to 156 cm − 1. Argon (Ar) exists as a colourless, odourless gas and is chemically inert. It has the atomic number 18 in the periodic table and belongs in Group 18, the Noble Gases. It is a non metal with the symbol Ar. Image showing periodicity of valence s-orbital radius for the chemical elements as size-coded balls on a periodic table grid. The R max values for neutral gaseous element valence orbitals are abstracted from reference 1. Mann, Atomic Structure Calculations II.Hartree-Fock wave functions and radial expectation values: hydrogen to lawrencium, LA-3691, Los Alamos Scientific.
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