anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the principal quantum number value for the highest energy electron in carbon (atomic number 6)?
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anonymous
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i gotta know please !!
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The principal quantum number for the highest energy electron in carbon would be 2. It is easy to spot this, since carbon exists in row 2 of the period table. The row in which an element resides always shows the highest value of n, or the principal quantum number, that an electron can reside in.

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