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Subshell notation for hydrogen cation?
Looking at $s$,$p$,$d$ configuration for atoms & ions: Since a hydrogen cation $H^+$ has no electron, how would the subshell notation be written? My best estimate would be $1s^0$.
Oct 8 '11 at 12:54
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