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    1. n=2 ms=-1/2

    Is the answer 4? I have a total of 8 but I think I divide by -1/2 to get the answer.

    2. n=5 l=3

    Do I divide the 50 electrons by 3? Or is there another step

    3. n=4 l=3 ml=-3

    How will I solve this? Do I divide by 32 what are the steps?

    4. n=4 l=1 ml=1 I am sure this is the same as 3 but with different steps?


    Can someone please show work to help me better understand please.
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    (Original post by Sarah24601Helen)
    1. n=2 ms=-1/2

    Is the answer 4? I have a total of 8 but I think I divide by -1/2 to get the answer.

    2. n=5 l=3

    Do I divide the 50 electrons by 3? Or is there another step

    3. n=4 l=3 ml=-3

    How will I solve this? Do I divide by 32 what are the steps?

    4. n=4 l=1 ml=1 I am sure this is the same as 3 but with different steps?


    Can someone please show work to help me better understand please.
    Do you know what n, \: m_s, \: l, and m_l mean?
 
 
 
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