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Orbital Diagram for Silicon?

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Orbital diagrams are used in chemistry. These are drawn using a notation that is symbolic based on the energy level of the orbitals. To draw the diagram for silicon, you'll need to know how many unpaird and paired valence electrons are in the atom. You'll also want to know how many paired and unpaired non-valence electrons are present.
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