state and explain n+l rule with example
Asked by atulpd | 19th Aug, 2018, 03:01: PM
According to (n+l) rule: Orbital which has the least value of (n+l) will be filled first to the electrons.
Example: 3s orbital will be filled first and then 3p orbital.
Answered by Ramandeep | 20th Aug, 2018, 03:30: PM
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