Indicate whether each statement is true or false. (a) s orbitalscan only make σ or σ* molecular orbitals. (b) The probabilityis 100% for finding an electron at the nucleus in a π* orbital.(c) Antibonding orbitals are higher in energy than bondingorbitals (if all orbitals are created from the same atomic orbitals).(d) Electrons cannot occupy an antibonding orbital.

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Indicate whether each statement is true or false. (a) s orbitals
can only make σ or σ* molecular orbitals. (b) The probability
is 100% for finding an electron at the nucleus in a π* orbital.
(c) Antibonding orbitals are higher in energy than bonding
orbitals (if all orbitals are created from the same atomic orbitals).
(d) Electrons cannot occupy an antibonding orbital.

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