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  • chemguy777
    The most significant electron of an atom in the ground state may be represented by a radial wave function, which includes electronic shielding and permits a
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      The "most significant electron" of an atom in the ground state may
      be represented by a radial wave function, which includes electronic
      shielding and permits a solution of the Schrödinger equation
      beyond
      Hydrogen.
      It also includes a modification of the Jahn-Teller interaction.
      The "reduced" wavefunction results in an equation that explains the
      aufbau process in terms of simple harmonic oscillators.
      If a generic oscillator is combined with a rigid rotor, the energies
      related to a common quantum number may be represented as a square
      matrix. These energies are grouped into meaningful vectors .
      The periodic table of elements is transformed into a series of
      square matrices. If the matrices are viewed as being stacked upon
      each other vertically the set is referred to as the "atomic stack".
      Chemical commonalities may be viewed vertically as well as
      horizontally.
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