For the n = 5 and ml = -2:
• for mℓ → range of values from -ℓ to + ℓ
▪ since s subshell has only one orbital: mℓ → has only one value
▪ mℓ = -2
A hydrogen atom orbital has n = 5 and ml = -2 .
What are the possible values of ms for the orbital?
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