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Nodal planes can tell us the properties of atoms in how they can interact with each other. Since atoms can form bonds with each other through their electrons, nodal planes are important since they are essentially regions where no electrons can be found. As such, this is related to orbitals since some atoms may have orbitals that have no nodal planes (s subshell), and this can affect their interactions with other atoms.
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