How to remember electronic configuration of elements: Tricks and Mnemonics

How to remember the elements, remenber series of elements without arrow diagram, Easy trick to remember the electronic configuration, no need to draw arrow diagram.

Easy trick and Mnemonics to remember Electronic Configuration of elements.

Hello, there welcome to Agrivetforestry Website. In this article we have presented you a very important and most efficient mnemonics for chemistry study with title How to remember the electronic configuration of elements: Easy tricks and Mnemonics. In this trick, you don't have to draw the arrow diagram for determination of electronic configuration. 

To crack this mnemonic you have to complete all these easy 5 steps. Without any delay, let's come to the point.

STEP 1 :- Learn this mnemonic 

@ Some Small People Says Peter Should Drive Pulsar So Dangerously Per Second Fast.

STEP 2 :- Write the first letter of each word with some gap.

s  s  p  s  p  s  d  p  s  d  p  s  f

STEP 3 :- Add numbers in front of 's' only, starting from 1.

1s  2s  p  3s  p  4s  d  p  5s  d  p  6s  f

STEP 4 :- add numbers infronts of all 'p' but start from 2.

1s  2s  2p  3s  3p  4s  d  4p  5s  d  5p  6s  f

STEP 5 :- like above add number infront of all 'd' but start from 3 and in front of 'f' start from 4.

1s  2s  2p  3s  3p  4s  3d  4p  5s  4d  5p  6s  4f

Finally you will get actual electronic configuration up to certain basic level.
Now you can fill up those configuration with no. of electron according to their capacity.
s ➡ 2 electrons
p ➡ 6 electrons
d ➡ 10 electrons
f ➡ 14 electrons

Hope you like this article in the topic How to remember the electronic configuration of elements: Easy tricks and Mnemonics. If you have any complain or suggestion, please leave a comment below. Also follow this site so that you never miss any new updates.

You might like these post

Quantitative analysis of different elements.

Oxidation state of complex chemical compounds.

Properties of S-block elements.

Genetic defects, syndromes, disorders and aneuploidy.

Thank You

No comments