orbital

A wavefunction that describes what an electron with a given energy is doing inside an atom or molecule.
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Orbital

• (a.) Of or pertaining to an orbit.
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orbital

<anatomy> Pertaining to the orbit, which is the bony cavity containing the eyeball. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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orbital

1s and 2p atomic orbitals A wavefunction that describes what an electron with a given energy is doing inside an atom or molecule. Equivalently, an orbital is a region in the space around an atomic nucleus in which electrons can move. There is a high probability of finding an electron in such an ...
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orbital

adjective of or relating to an orbit; `orbital revolution`; `orbital velocity`
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Orbital

[metro] An orbital (also known as a circle line or loop) in the context of metro systems is a metro or subway line encircling a city or metropolitan area. Such lines relieve the loads on other lines within the orbital by providing alternative connections among the other lines. In other words, a passenger whose origin and destination are bot...
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Orbital

[space habitat] Shot of Great Neck Point and Lynnhaven River, Virginia Beach, Virginia ...
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Orbital

[The Culture] In Iain M. Banks` fictional Culture universe, an Orbital (sometimes also simply called an O or a small ring) is a purpose-built space habitat forming a ring typically around 3 million km (1.9 million miles) in diameter. The rotation of the ring simulates both gravity and a day-night cycle comparable to a planetary body orbitin...
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Orbital

Or'bit·al adjective Of or pertaining to an orbit. ' Orbital revolution.' J. D. Forbes. Orbital index (Anat.) , in the skull, the ratio of the vertical height to the transverse width of the orbit, which is taken as the standard, equal to 100.
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Orbital

A classification of the energy level occupied by up to 2 electrons.
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orbital

a component of a subshell occupied by up to 2 electrons.
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orbital

A region of space where there is a high probability of finding an electron in an atom or ion.
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Orbital

A wavefunction that describes what an electron with a given energy is doing inside an atom or molecule. See also: Atom, Degenerate Orbital, Molecule.
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Orbital

A wavefunction that describes what an electron with a given energy is doing inside an atom or molecu
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orbital

in chemistry and physics, a mathematical expression, called a wave function, that describes properties characteristic of no more than two electrons ... [19 related articles]
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orbital

orbital 1. A reference to the orbit or its contents. 2. Denoting an electron confined to its orbit in an atom, as distinguished from a free electron.
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Orbital

Orbital is a classification of human skull shape and refers to the skulls of Tasmanians.
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Orbital

Orbital is British slang for an acid house party.
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Orbital

Orbital: Relating to the orbit, in anatomy the bony cavity that contains the eyeball.
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orbital

pertaining to the orbit (= the bony cavity that contains the eyeball).
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Orbital

Pertaining to the orbit (eye).
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orbital

See atomic orbital, molecular orbital.
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orbital

Type: Term Pronunciation: ōr′bi-tăl Definitions: 1. Relating to the orbits.
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orbital

[adj] - of or relating to an orbit 2. [adj] - of or relating to the eye socket
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