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By Touraj Atabaki

In Middle-Eastern and Central-Asian historiography the most standards anchoring the narratives of Orientalists, nationalists, Islamicists, or Stalinists are their specific ways to background from an elitist point of view. by way of assigning the enterprise in historical past to an elite that during its multiplicity might be clerics, secular intelligentsia, colonialist and social or political associations, they not just deny the company of subaltern and its self sustaining recognition but in addition via adopting an essentialist technique they dehistoricize the method of social and cultural alterations. The essentialism as a strategy enforces its authority greater than in different spheres within the historiography of modernization and smooth countryside development within the heart East and important Asia. right here the narratives of reception and rejection of modernity either by way of local and non-native historians are completely ruled by way of essentialism. the 3 primary expressions of essentialism, which individually or at the same time current themselves within the Middle-Eastern or Central-Asian historiography, are over-generalization, Eurocentrism and reductionism.

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Note that the electrons are sketched as arrows pointing either upwards og down (either +½ or -½ as spin quantum numner). Figure 2- 6: Molecular orbitals in the hydrogen molecule (a) The two atomic orbitals (1s) when the atoms appear in single (b) The two atomic orbitals “melt” together and two molecular orbitals are created. One of the molecular orbitals is a bond orbital (ı1s) and one is an anti-bond orbital (ı*1s). Since the molecular bond orbital (V1s) is lower in energy level at the two individual atomic orbitals, the two valence electrons rather prefer so stay in the bond orbital.

If fluorine is used as an example the valence electrons are the two electrons in the 2s-orbital and the five electrons in the 2p-orbitals. The two inner electrons in the 1s-orbital are not valence electrons. They are called core electrons instead. 29 Atoms Chemistry Example 1- K: Adding electrons in the 3rd period The 2nd period is ended with the noble gas neon. After neon the 3rd period is started with the 3s-orbital:  Na, 1s 2 2s 2 2 p 6 3s1 , one valence electron in the 3s-orbital and 10 core electron.

2) Connect all atoms by using one electron pair. 3) Arrange the remaining valence electrons such that hydrogen atoms are surrounded by 2 atoms and that the octet rule is satisfied for the elements from the 2nd period. It can be necessary to let more than one electron pair be a part of chemical bond (creation of double or triple bonds). (2- 2) In the following examples we are going to write down the Lewis structures for different molecules and composite ions by using these three steps given in (2- 2).

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