Question

A hydrogen atom is in the 6g state.

Determine the principal quantum number.

Determine the energy of the state.

Determine the quantum number ℓ.

Determine the orbital angular momentum.

Determine the possible values for the magnetic quantum number.

Answer #1

**For 6g state --**

**value of principle quantum number = 6****energy in ths state =**- now azimuthal quantum number l = 0 to (n-1)
- l= 0,1,2,3,4,5
- orbital angular momentum
- now for magnetic quantum number m = -l to +l including zero .

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