Problem: In the quantum mechanical description of a hydrogen atom, the electron is in a state that has orbital angular momentum √12ℏ. What is the maximum possible ionization energy of this state of the atom? A) 0.378 eV B) 0.544 eV C) 0.850 eV D) 1.51 eV E) 3.40 eV F) none of the above answers

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In the quantum mechanical description of a hydrogen atom, the electron is in a state that has orbital angular momentum √12. What is the maximum possible ionization energy of this state of the atom?

A) 0.378 eV

B) 0.544 eV

C) 0.850 eV

D) 1.51 eV

E) 3.40 eV

F) none of the above answers

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