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a) All that is given here is the "n" value, which is n=3. This is your shell. When ONLY the "n" value is given, you can use the rule: 2n2 to find the total number of electrons. So, 2(3)2 = 18 electrons in total.
How many electrons in an atom could have these sets of quantum numbers?
(b) n=4, l=2
(c) n=7, l=3, ml=-1
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