Identify the last occupied sublevel which can be

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Identify the last occupied sublevel, which can be completely or partially filled, for each of the following elements.Drag the appropriate items to their appropriate bins.Hint 1. How to approach the problemIdentifying the last occupied sublevel (filled or partially filled) of an element involves two steps:1. Locate which block the element resides in on the periodic table (s, p, d, or f2. Identify which period, or row, of the periodic table the element resides in (1-7).If nis the period number the element resides in,1. The energy level for ssublevels is the same as the period number (n).2. The energy level for psublevels is the same as the period number (n).3. The energy level for dsublevels is one less (n– 1) than the period number.4. The energy level for fsublevels is two less (n– 2) than the period number.For example, yttrium () resides in the fifth period and in the dblock of the periodic table. The last partially filled sublevel of yttrium is 4dHint 2. Identify which elements have their final electrons either filling or partially filling a sublevel of the fourth energy levelWhich of the following elements have their final electrons either filling or partially filling a sublevel of the fourth energy level?Check all that apply.Y)..ANSWER:NiXePtPdKr
Hint 3. Determine which block each element resides in on the periodic tableSort each element into the block it resides in on the periodic table. Use the periodic table below or in the Resources menu as a guide.Drag the appropriate items to their appropriate bins.ANSWER:ANSWER:XeNiPmKResetHelpNaKClXeNiWPmEsspdf
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.Part BMatch each complete or abbreviated electron configuration with the element it corresponds to, assuming that each configuration is for a neutral atom.Drag the appropriate items to their appropriate bins.Hint 1. How to approach the problemThere are two methods for identifying an element based on a given electron configuration. One is to locate the last occupied sublevel and count down the period thecorrect number of electrons. For example, the last occupied block sublevel for the electron configuration is the 4ssublevel. Since the exponentfollowing 4sis 1, then the first element in this sublevel block is the element matching this electron configuration. In this case, the element is potassium ().

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