# Problem: A. How many hydrogen atom orbitals will have the following quantum numbers? 1. n = 4                                                __________ 2. n = 4 and l = 2                                 __________ 3. n = 4 and m l = 2                              __________ 4. n = 4, l = 2, and m l = 2                    __________   B. The number of orbitals with n = 2 is  less than / equal to / greater than  (circle one) the number of orbitals with l = 2.    Explain your reasoning.

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A. How many hydrogen atom orbitals will have the following quantum numbers?

1. n = 4                                                __________

2. n = 4 and l = 2                                 __________

3. n = 4 and m l = 2                              __________

4. n = 4, l = 2, and m l = 2                    __________

B. The number of orbitals with n = 2 is  less than / equal to / greater than  (circle one) the number of orbitals with l = 2.

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