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Calcualting Electronic Configuration of elements in Qbasic

detjdetj Member Posts: 16
Can anybody write a piece of code that can calculate electronic configuration of all present elements. Its definitely related to Qbasic and of course Chemistry.
Note:
I want it to be in the form of shells not sub shells. I mean like this
Ca - K L M N
2 8 8 2


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  • PuzzlerPuzzler Member Posts: 208
    Can't you do this yourself? It's really easy... Just have 2 in the first shell, 8 in the second, etc and fil them as much as possible...

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  • detjdetj Member Posts: 16
    : Can't you do this yourself? It's really easy... Just have 2 in the first shell, 8 in the second, etc and fil them as much as possible...
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    : I will bend your mind with my spoon...
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    But I want such a code so that the computer calculates itself. I have tried doing that, but its not that easy. Well, if you think it is, then please write a code for me. Thanks in advance.


  • PuzzlerPuzzler Member Posts: 208
    Look it's not super easy. OK. But I'm not going to just write the code for you. Don't try to make it sound like I can't do it either -you're the one who needs help...

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  • pebepebe Member Posts: 6
    : Can anybody write a piece of code that can calculate electronic configuration of all present elements. Its definitely related to Qbasic and of course Chemistry.
    : Note:
    : I want it to be in the form of shells not sub shells. I mean like this
    : Ca - K L M N
    : 2 8 8 2
    :
    :
    :

    If you could explain the electronics/chemistry relationship, perhaps someone with only a little knowledge of chemistry may be able to help. Is there some form of tables where this info is available?

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