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In this lesson, we will learn how to assign quantum numbers to atomic orbitals and relate these values to the orbital nodes, energies, and degeneracies.

Q1:

Which subshell is occupied by electrons with quantum numbers π = 5 and π = 3 ?

Q2:

How many radial nodes are displayed by an orbital with quantum numbers π and π ?

Q3:

Which subshell is occupied by electrons with quantum numbers π = 3 and π = 1 ?

Q4:

What is the maximum number of electrons that can occupy a shell with π = 5 ?

Q5:

Which subshell is occupied by electrons with the quantum numbers π = 2 and π = 1 ?

Q6:

What percentage of the orbitals in the π = 4 shell of an atom are d orbitals?

Q7:

Which subshell is occupied by electrons with the quantum numbers π = 6 and π = 0 ?

Q8:

What is the maximum number of electrons that can occupy a shell with π = 2 ?

Q9:

What is the value of π for an orbital with 1 radial node and 5 possible values of π π ?

Q10:

How many radial nodes are displayed by an orbital with π = 7 and 7 possible values of π π ?

Q11:

How many degenerate orbitals are present in the 2s subshell?

Q12:

How many radial nodes are displayed by the 4f orbital?

Q13:

If two orbitals have the same values of π and π but different values of π π , in what way do they differ?

Q14:

Which subshell is occupied by electrons with the quantum numbers π = 4 and π = 2 ?

Q15:

How many degenerate orbitals are present in the 6p subshell?

Q16:

For electrons in an atom or ion, which of the following quantum numbers does not adopt an integer value?

Q17:

Q18:

How many radial nodes are displayed by an orbital with π = 4 and π = 1 ?

Q19:

What is the principal quantum π for a shell that can be occupied by a maximum of 32 electrons?

Q20:

Which of the following quantum numbers determines the shape of an atomic orbital?

Q21:

Which of the following statements is false?

Q22:

What is the maximum number of electrons that can occupy a shell with quantum number π ?

Q23:

Q24:

What is the value of π for an orbital with π = 5 and 2 radial nodes?

Q25:

Which subshell is occupied by electrons with quantum numbers π = 2 and π = 0 ?

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