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1. State the four quantum numbers and the possible values they may have.

a. n = 3, l = 0

b. n = 3, l = 1

c. n = 3, l = 2

d. n = 5, = 0

3. Give the n and l values for the following orbitals

a. 1s

b. 3s

c. 2p

d. 4d

e. 5f

4. Circle all of the following orbital destinations that are theoretically possible.

a. 7s b. 1p c. 5d d. 2d e. 4f f. 5g g. 6i

5. Without referring to a text, periodic table or handout, deduce the maximum number of electrons that can

occupy an:

a. s orbital _____ b. the subshell of p orbitals _______ c. the subshell of d orbitals ____

6. Circle all of the following electron configurations that are ruled out by the Pauli exclusion principle.

a. 1s22s22p7 b. 1s22s22p63s3 c. 1s22s22p63s23p64s23d12 d. 1s22s22p63s23p6

7. Explain why the following ground-state electron configurations are not possible:

a. 1s22s32p3 b. 1s22s22p33s6 c. 1s22s22p73s23p8 d. 1s22s22p63s23p14s23d14

8. Give two examples (i.e. list 2 elements that are examples) of:

a. an atom with a half-filled subshell

b. an atom with a completely filled outer shell

c. an atom with its outer electrons occupying a half-filled subshell and a filled subshell.

1s, 3s, 4s, 6s, 3d, 4f, 3p, 7s, 5d, 5p

10. What are the possible ml values for the each of the following types of orbitals?

a. s

b. p

c. d

d. f

a. 4

b. 10

12. How many electrons can inhabit all of the n=4 orbitals?

13. Fill in the blanks with the correct response:

a. The number of orbitals with the quantum numbers n=3, l=2 and ml = 0 is _________.

b. The subshell with the quantum numbers n=4, l=2 is _________.

c. The ml values for a d orbital are ________________________.

d. The allowed values of l for the shell with n=2 are _________.

e. The allowed values of l for the shell with n=4 are _________.

f. The number of orbitals in a shell with n=3 is _________.

g. The number of orbitals with n=3 and l=1 is _________.

h. The maximum number of electrons with quantum numbers with n=3 and l=2 is _________.

i. When n=2, l can be _________.

j. When n=2, the possible values for ml are _________.

k. The number of electrons with n=4, l=1 is _________.

l. The subshell with n=3 and l=1 is designated as the __________ subshell.

m. The lowest value of n for which a d subshell can occur is n=_________.

14. Which sets of quantum numbers are unacceptable? (Select a, b, c, or any combination)

a. n=3, l= -2, ml= 0, ms= +½

b. n=2, l= 2, ml= -1, ms= -½

c. n=6, l= 2, ml= -2, ms= +½

15. Write the values for the quantum numbers for the bold electron in the following diagrams:

a. 3p orbitals c. 4d orbitals

b. 5s

d. 3d orbitals

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