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Solution: How many of the following statements are false?I. The principal quantum number n is related to the size of an orbital.II. s, p, d, f  represent orbitals with different azimuthal quantum numbers.III. T

Problem

How many of the following statements are false?

I. The principal quantum number n is related to the size of an orbital.

II. s, p, d, f  represent orbitals with different azimuthal quantum numbers.

III. The magnetic quantum number can have values of +½ or -½.

IV. The spin quantum number is related to the orientation of an orbital.

V. The electron density at a point is proportional to Ψ 2 at that point.

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

D. 3

E. 4