Sir, Please tell me that how can I find the orbitals of a given quantum number?
Asked by | 28th May, 2012, 03:45: PM
The information about the orbitals are provided by the magnetic quantum number.
Then l = 0,1
And m = -l to +l
So, For l= 0 , m= 0 ,it means there is one orbital
and For l=1 , m = -1, 0 ,+1 , It means 3 orbitals
and total number of orbitals are 1+3 = 4.
Answered by | 29th May, 2012, 09:55: AM
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