The chemistry is over, Long live the Chemistry!
Haa haa im a nerd and theres really no doubt,.
Dr Barber, and Dr. Munk thought that they’re done with me, but they were wrong!.
I still have questions!!!, Dr B. still want to connect the dots for synchronized reactions, And i’m still curious about whats happening beyond critical points, and if there’s similar “weird” behavior such as ones happening at extremely cold temperature, or is there another lamba point for fluid gasses at critical points. or maybe its an upside down lambda point.
Dr Munk, I’ve been meaning to get your opinion on utilization of L’Hopitals Rule in molecular orbital probability. You class was awesome! Its like you said, I learned a lot and I taught my self a lot, See in Analytical In a little bit I just got to take a detour to Orgo for a minute, but Ill be back!!!
And for nerdy extra credit points, that segways me to Mark! Technically since radius of an atom is a fuzzy border and since the the shape of an S orbital is more circular than is “spockey” like the the D orbital, would it mean that the 3ds orbital is at a slightly higher energy level than is a 4s1. despite having an energy level number higher for ex: 4 and not 3, at-least some of the time, is theres really no way of knowing which time, so and could it be that both answers are right the 4s1 and the 3d10 are at times each the highest energy levels. 🙂
you guys are awesome! happy semester!