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HIII UNCLE RHAUKUS

HI !

*UNKLE

i'm kinda lost on this question :(

lets look at the QM numbers one at a time

all the n's in the options are valid

the second QN , \(\ell\); is the subshell
this can be values from 0 up n-1

this makes of two of the options invalid,
can you tell me which two?

we have these options left:
(1, 0, 0, +½)
(3, 2, 3, -½)

\(ell\)*\(\ell\)

Which option is this @tywower?

the third one

nope,
the third option has
the third QN greater than (in magnitude) the second QN

can u explain why it's the second one :)

A. (1, 1, 0, +½)
not this one, \(\ell\not0\)

thank you so much @UnkleRhaukus u are absolutley amazing! can u help me with some more?

more Q numbers?

No, they're just questions I'm having a hard time understanding :)

ok,

What kind of ions do metals form? + or - ?

+

so could the first option possibly be true?

maybe

If A and B are of the same group,
and A (a metal) forms ^+ ions, could B form ^- ions?

sorry i got distracted

lol

@UnkleRhaukus it's the last one right

perhaps