Electronic Configuration for Hydrogen (H) – Digital Kemistry

How to Write Electron Configuration for Hydrogen (H)

Hydrogen(H) has atomic number 1 and mass number 1.008 .

Since the hydrogen has only one electron around the nucleus of an atom .Therefore, hydrogen electronic configuration is very simple and easy to write.

Electronic configuration of H= 1s1

As we know that the K-shell has only one s-subshell .

s-subshell can accommodate a maximum of 2 electrons so the one electron in hydrogen atom fill in 1s subshell.

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Due to one electron in hydrogen valence shell ,its duplet is incomplete .so to complete its duplet and attain the state of stability . Hydrogen react easily with other elements .Therefore ,it is very reactive .

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