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Each period in the periodic table corresponds to

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    They correspond to a principle energy level.

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    how do you know this

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    Each row is called a period. As the rows go down, the energy levels increase. Example: H first row, n=1 where n is the energy lvl. So on down the line

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    ^

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    Electrons orbit the atom's nucleus in energy levels.

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    Or rather, the first row or period says any element in that period has 1 energy level or electron orbital. The second period says any element in that period has 2 energy level or 2 electron orbitals. And so on.

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