zned6559
  • zned6559
what is the maximum number of electrons that can be identified with the following set of quantum numbers? n=4 l=3 The answer is 14 electrons but i don't know why
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aaronq
  • aaronq
\(l\)=3 means that it's an f orbital, which can hold up to 14 electrons including the principal quantum number limits the number of electrons to only 1 set of f orbitals, because \(n\) could be other numbers than 4.

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