The state of an atom in which all electrons are in the lowest possible energy levels.
In the Bohr model of the atom, the state in which an electron has the least energy and orbits closest to the nucleus.
the electronic configuration of lowest energy for an atom.
The minimum energy state of any atom; achieved when all the electrons of an atom have the lowest energy potential possible for that electron and therefore are as close to its nucleus as possible.
The lowest-energy state of a system. The electronic ground state of a system cannot reduce its energy by an electronic transition, but may contain vibrational energy ( kinetic and potential energy associated with the motions and positions of its atoms); extended systems at ordinary temperatures are always vibrationally excited, and so "ground state" is often taken to mean "electronic ground state."
The state of a nucleus, atom or molecule at its lowest energy level.
(physics) the lowest energy state of an atom or other particle
a Quantum mechanical term for the lowest energy state of a certain quantum system
the lowest energy electronic, vibrational or rotational state. A species may be in the ground electronic state but excited vibrational or rotational states or any other combination of ground and excited states.
the lowest possible energy state of an atom or molecule.
Lowest energy level of an atom or molecule.
A lowest energy state of the nucleus.
The state of an atom when all of its electrons are in their lowest available energy levels.
When electrons are in lowest possible orbitals.
the lowest possible energy level for a given electron.
The lowest energy state of an atom, typically achieved when all electrons are in place and the atom possesses no charge.
Lowest electron energy state.
the lowest energy state an atom can achieve
The lowest permitted orbit of an electron in an atom. H II Region A region of ionized hydrogen around a hot star.
The most energetically stable state in an atom or molecule. Electrons in the ground state have their minimum total energy.
The lowest energy state or most stable state of an atom, molecule or ion.
The natural stable energy level of an atom or molecule.
The state of lowest energy of an atomic or molecular system.
The lowest energy state for an atom or molecule. When an atom is in its ground state, its electrons fill the lowest energy levels before they begin to occupy higher orbitals.
The lowest energy configuration of a system.
The minimum energy state of an atom that is achieved when all of its electrons have the lowest possible energy and therefore are as close to the nucleus as possible.