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There are three p orbitals that are aligned with their major axes along the x, y, and z axes, what is the origin of these three p orbitals?
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? They are the solutions for the three values of the magnetic quantum number. X They result from hybridization with three different s orbitals. The p orbitals are always three-dimensional. x They result from three different energy levels. A string that is restricted at both ends has a length of 1 . 50 m. What is the wavelength of the string’s fundamental frequency?
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0.75 m 1.50 m ? 3.00 m There is not enough information to answer this question. When does an electron have zero energy?
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When it is in the lowest energy level. When it is in the 1s orbital. yes When it has been removed from the atom. When it is in the largest orbital. When is an electron said to have zero potential energy? When it is in the lowest energy level.
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When it is in the 1s orbital. y When it is infinitely separated from the nucleus.
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