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Reviewormation about an electron's probablebe represented by an electron-densityan orbital. An orbital is characterizedtation in space.Part AWhat is the angular-momentum quantum number (also called the azimuthal quantum number), l, for the orbital shown here?Express your answer numerically as an integer.View Available Hint(s)l=SubmitPart BVCompare the orbital shown in Parts A to the orbital shown here in size, shape, and orientation. Part BCompare the orbital shown in Parts A to the orbital shown here in size, shape, and orientationZхWhich quantum number(s) would be different for these two orbitals?View Available Hint(s)n onlyl onlyme onlyl and meп, е, and me

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Review
ormation about an electron's probable
be represented by an electron-density
an orbital. An orbital is characterized
tation in space.
Part A
What is the angular-momentum quantum number (also called the azimuthal quantum number), l, for the orbital shown here?
Express your answer numerically as an integer.
View Available Hint(s)
l=
Submit
Part B
V
Compare the orbital shown in Parts A to the orbital shown here in size, shape, and orientation.
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Review ormation about an electron's probable be represented by an electron-density an orbital. An orbital is characterized tation in space. Part A What is the angular-momentum quantum number (also called the azimuthal quantum number), l, for the orbital shown here? Express your answer numerically as an integer. View Available Hint(s) l= Submit Part B V Compare the orbital shown in Parts A to the orbital shown here in size, shape, and orientation.

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Part B
Compare the orbital shown in Parts A to the orbital shown here in size, shape, and orientation
Z
х
Which quantum number(s) would be different for these two orbitals?
View Available Hint(s)
n only
l only
me only
l and me
п, е, and me
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Part B Compare the orbital shown in Parts A to the orbital shown here in size, shape, and orientation Z х Which quantum number(s) would be different for these two orbitals? View Available Hint(s) n only l only me only l and me п, е, and me

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The azimuthal quantum numbers for different orbitals are given below.

s-orbital ------> l=0

p-o...

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