Question

a) How many values of the quantum number L (lower case cursive L) are possible when n=7?

b) How many values of mL (again lower case cursive L) are possible for an electron in a 6d subshell?

c) How many orbitals are there in a shell with n=3?

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Answer #1

a. n l

7 0,1,2,3,4,5,6

n value are equal to 0 to n-1

b. n l ml

6 2 -2,-1,0,+1,+2

c. no of orbital in the shell = n^{2} =
3^{2} = 9

3s^{2} 3p^{6}
3d^{10}-------> total 9 orbitals ( 1-s
obital, 3-Porbitals,5-d orbitals)

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