Atomic Theory IV: Pauli Exclusion Principle 
Atomic Theory IV: Pauli Exclusion Principle
by Chemguy
Video Lecture 4 of 35
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Date Added: May 2, 2009

Lecture Description

In this video lecture, Chemguy teaches quantum numbers and Pauli's exclusion principle. There are 4 quantum numbers: n (Principle Quantum Number), l (Angular Momentum Quantum Number), ml (Magnetic Quantum Number) and ms (Spin Quantum Number) Pauli's exclusion principles states that no two electrons in an atom can have the same set of quantum numbers.

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In this course, Rob Lederer (Chemguy) covers the entire Advanced Placement Chemistry curriculum for Grade 12 students enrolled in a Chemistry AP course. Topics included in these video lectures are: Thermodynamics, Bonding, Kinetics, Solutions, Stoichiometry and many more.

This course is also complemented by Chemguy's video lecture series: Senior Chemistry with Chemguy. It covers topics which this course does not, such as Redox Chemistry and Acids and Bases.

Perfect for high school students and even college students enrolled in an introductory chemistry course, Chemguy provides us with great and easy-to-follow lessons on the AP Chemistry curriculum, all made possible thanks to his great enthusiasm, passion for the subject and sense of humor.


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