1. Complete the table: Examine the sets of quantum numbers shown below. For each set, indicate (a) whether the set is allowed, and (b) if allowed, indicate the orbital in which the electron resides in the ground state (example: 1s) If allowed, Allowed ? (circle yes or no) m, m, name orbital 1 +1/2 yes no 3. 2 -1 +1/2 yes no +2 -1/2 yes no -2 +1 yes no -2 +1/2 yes no 2. How many d orbitals are possible for n = 6? 3. How many f orbitals are possible for n = 3?

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1. Complete the table:
Examine the sets of quantum numbers shown below. For each set, indicate
(a) whether the set is allowed, and
(b) if allowed, indicate the orbital in which the electron resides in the ground state (example: 1s)
If allowed,
Allowed ?
(circle yes or no)
m,
m,
name orbital
1
+1/2
yes
no
3.
2
-1
+1/2
yes
no
+2
-1/2
yes
no
-2
+1
yes
no
-2
+1/2
yes
no
2. How many d orbitals are possible for n = 6?
3. How many f orbitals are possible for n = 3?
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1. Complete the table: Examine the sets of quantum numbers shown below. For each set, indicate (a) whether the set is allowed, and (b) if allowed, indicate the orbital in which the electron resides in the ground state (example: 1s) If allowed, Allowed ? (circle yes or no) m, m, name orbital 1 +1/2 yes no 3. 2 -1 +1/2 yes no +2 -1/2 yes no -2 +1 yes no -2 +1/2 yes no 2. How many d orbitals are possible for n = 6? 3. How many f orbitals are possible for n = 3?

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