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Atomic orbitals: 6g electron density
This page addresses the 6gz3x and 6gz3y electron density function. They are identical in appearance and differ only in direction. See below for links to images of the electron densities of the other 6g orbitals.
"Dot-density" plot of the 6gz3x electron density function ψ6gz3x2. Blue represents negative values for the wave function and red represents positive values.
This page displays the electron density of the 6gz3x orbital as a "dot-density" diagram. High density of dots in a region denotes high electron density.
You can use your mouse to manipulate the "orbital" in the "JSmol" image above.
Links to 6g electron "dot-density" functions
The Orbitron is a gallery of orbitals on the WWWThe OrbitronTM, a gallery of orbitals on the WWW, URL: http://winter.group.shef.ac.uk/orbitron/
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