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QUANTUM NUMBERS WORKSHEET

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QUANTUM NUMBERS WORKSHEET 1. State the four quantum numbers and the possible values they may have. 2. Name the orbitals described by the following quantum numbers a. n = 3, L = 0 b. n = 3, L = 1 c. n = 3, L = 2 d. n = 5, L = 0 3. Give the n and L values for the following orbitals a. 1s b. 3s c. 2p d. 4d e. 5f 4. Place the following orbitals in order of increasing energy: 1s, 3s, 4s, 6s, 3d, 4f, 3p, 7s, 5d, 5p 5....

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NUMBERS QUANTUM WORKSHEET 1. State the four quantum numbers and the possible values they may have. 2. Name the orbitals described by the following quantum numbers a. n = 3, L = 0 b. n = 3, L = 1 c. n = 3, L = 2 d. n = 5, L = 0 3. Give the n and L values for the following orbitals a. 1s b. 3s c. 2p d. 4d e. 5f 4. Place the following orbitals in order of increasing energy: 1s, 3s, 4s, 6s, 3d, 4f, 3p, 7s, 5d, 5p 5. What the and possible mL values for the following types of orbitals? a. s b. p c. d d. f 6. How many possible orbitals are there for n = a. 4 b. 10 7. How many electrons can inhabit all of the n=4 orbitals? 8. Tabulate all of the possible orbitals (by name, i.e. 4s) for n=4 and give the three quantum numbers which define each orbital. 9. Write electron configurations for the following atoms: a. H d. F b. Li e. Br c. N

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