Electron configuration can be defined as the number of electrons present in the atom or molecules orbit. Hydrogen is the chemical element which is the first element of the periodic table and has atomic number one (1). Its symbol is “H”. It is the lightest element of the periodic table and monatomic element as well.
Electronic configuration of Hydrogen can be written as 1s1.
As in the case of Hydrogen element, there is only one electron which is present in one shell.
Full Electron Configuration For Hydrogen
Electrons distribution in the atom’s orbit is termed as electron configuration. Hydrogen as the monatomic element has only one electron and its full electron configuration can be defined as 1s1. Its one electron is present in the 1s orbit of the Hydrogen atom.
What is The Electron Configuration of Hydrogen
Electron configuration is the number of electrons that are present in the orbit of atom or molecules. The electron configuration of Hydrogen is 1s1.
How Many Valence Electrons are in Hydrogen
The valence electrons are those electrons which are present in the outer most shell of the atom. But in the case of hydrogen, there is only one electron which is present in its first shell. So, valence electron of hydrogen is also one. Or The number of valence electrons in Hydrogen is 1 (one).