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Quick question about Quantum Numbers

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May 9, 2011
  1. Pre-Dental
    Yes so the only value for ml is 0. Why did you include -1 and 1? I believe that is inaccurate and would apply to an l value of 1.

    Perfect thanks.

    And I think he brought up [-l, +l] range to signify what ml could be if we were not looking at the s-subshell, but rather p, d, or f.

    For some reason I thought if l=0, then ml would equal 1. Just had to double-check. Thanks guys.
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