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Lecture# Quantum Atom Model

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This lecture covers the quantum atom model, starting with the Bohr model and its limitations, then introducing the Schrödinger equation for multi-electron systems. It explains the concept of orbitals, quantum numbers, electron configurations, and the Pauli exclusion principle. The lecture also delves into the distribution of electrons in orbitals, the filling of energy levels, and the electronic configuration of elements according to the periodic table.

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