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4d and 3d orbitals have the same shape of orbitals since they have the same angular momentum quantum number (l) which is l = 2 (d orbitals are l = 2, s orbitals are 0, p orbitals are 1 etc.).
How do the 4d orbitals differ from the 3d orbitals?
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