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) Which combinations ofn and I represent real orbitals, and which do not exist?
d. 2d
a. 1s
b. 2p
С. 4s
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) Which combinations ofn and I represent real orbitals, and which do not exist? d. 2d a. 1s b. 2p С. 4s

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