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The value of the magnetic quantum number, ml , gives information about the directionality of an atomic orbital and has integral values between þl and ÿl. Each atomic orbital may be uniquely labelled by a set of three quantum numbers: n, l and ml . 2 orbitals Quantum numbers: atomic Given that the principal quantum number, n, is 2, write down the allowed values of l and ml , and determine the number of atomic orbitals possible for n ¼ 3. For a given value of n, the allowed values of l are 0; 1; 2 .

4) there are seven f atomic orbitals. The radial part of the wavefunction, RðrÞ Using the rules that govern the values of the quantum numbers n and l, write down the possible types of atomic orbital for n ¼ 1, 2 and 3. The allowed values of l are integers between 0 and (n ÿ 1). For n ¼ 1, l ¼ 0. The only atomic orbital for n ¼ 1 is the 1s orbital. For n ¼ 2, l ¼ 0 or 1. The allowed atomic orbitals for n ¼ 2 are the 2s and 2p orbitals. For n ¼ 3, l ¼ 0, 1 or 2. The allowed atomic orbitals for n ¼ 3 are the 3s, 3p and 3d orbitals.

This means that there are three p orbitals for a given value of n when n ! 2; the set of p orbitals is said to be triply or three-fold degenerate. For a d orbital, l ¼ 2, and there are five possible values of ml : þ2, þ1, 0, ÿ1, ÿ2, meaning that for a given value of n (n ! 3), there are five d orbitals; the set is said to be five-fold degenerate. As an exercise, you should show that there are seven f orbitals in a degenerate set for a given value of n (n ! 4). [Ans. 4d ] 3. Give the three quantum numbers that describe a 2s atomic orbital.