Timeline for Electronic configuration in d-block

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Aug 11, 2022 at 16:32 answer added Prashant timeline score: 2
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Aug 11, 2022 at 13:25 answer added Jorge Bonifaz timeline score: 4
Aug 11, 2022 at 13:24 comment added user126352 Thanks, but my question is not on the order of filling of orbitals per say, but the order with which each orbital is portrayed on the internet. For example if you search for the electronic configuration of Ir (Iridium) in the internet or any reliable source, you get 4f(14) 5d(7) 6s(2) which is right, but why not 6s(2) 4f(14) 5d(7), same answer but this one is ordered in such a way that it follows the order increasing energy of orbitals. Energy wise 5d has more energy than 4f and 6s respectively so why do they have to mix the order up can't they just follow the order of increasing energy ?
Aug 11, 2022 at 13:00 comment added andselisk What is "Bohr-Bury rule"? This looks pretty much like Aufbau approximation known by a plethora of other names, but Bohr-Bury rule is something new (at least to me). Anyway, chemistry.stackexchange.com/questions/141708 seems to be related.
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