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1st Edition
Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
ISBN: 9781938168000
Textbook Problem

Which of the following spectroscopic notations are allowed (that is, which violate none of the rules regarding values of quantum numbers)? (a) 1s1(b) 1d3(c) 4s2(d) 3p7(e) 6h20

To determine

(a)

Find out if the spectroscopic notation 1s1 is allowed or not? If not allowed, state the rule which is violated.

Explanation

Given Data:

Given spectroscopic notation 1s1

Formula Used:

The Pauli Exclusive principle states that two or more identical particles cannot occupy the same quantum state simultaneously.

Calculation:

Given spectroscopic notation 1s1

Here, n=1 and l=0

We have l<n

Also, Number of electrons in sub-shell is 2

To determine

(b)

Find out if the spectroscopic notation 1d3 is allowed or not? If not allowed, state the rule which is violated.

To determine

(c)

Find out if the spectroscopic notation 4s2 is allowed or not? If not allowed, state the rule which is violated.

To determine

(d)

Find out if the spectroscopic notation 3p7 is allowed or not? If not allowed, state the rule which is violated.

To determine

(e)

Find out if the spectroscopic notation 6h20 is allowed or not? If not allowed, state the rule which is violated.

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