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In the charge-cloud model, electrons are arranged by three characteristics, or kinds of, locations. Name them.

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Would it be: 1)shells: a ring of electrons around an atom nucleus for each shell can contain only a fixed number of electrons. Also, known as Principle Quantum Number which has an "n" as a symbol. As "n" increases the orbital becomes larger and the electron spends more time farther away from the nucleus. The electron also, has a higher potential energy. 2)Subshells: which helps in determining shape of the orbital, its part of the Second Quantum number (which has an "L" as a symbol(L=0,1,2,3)) within a shell. It's a part of Quantum Mechanics 3)Orbitals: region in a molecule where electrons are more likely to be found

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