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Solution: "Each electron in an atom must have its own unique set of quantum numbers" is a statement of a. the aufbau principle.b. the Pauli exclusion principle.c. Hund's rule.d. the periodic law. e. Heisenberg'

Problem

"Each electron in an atom must have its own unique set of quantum numbers" is a statement of 

a. the aufbau principle.

b. the Pauli exclusion principle.

c. Hund's rule.

d. the periodic law.

 e. Heisenberg's principle.

Solution

The electron configuration is written using quantum numbers which describe the distribution of electrons within its orbitals.

There are certain principles and law that helped establish the correct way of writing the electron configuration.


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