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Solution: Which one of the following statements is false?a. If an electron quantum number n=2, it may be a p sublevel.b. If an electron has ℓ=1, it must be in a  p sublevel.c. Two electrons in the same atom may have quantum numbers, n , l , mℓ , ms of 2,1,-1,½, and 2,-1,- 1,½.d. Two electrons in the same atom may  not have quantum numbers of 2,1,-1,-½ and 2,1,-1,-½.e. If an electron has n=1, it must be in an s orbital

Problem

Which one of the following statements is false?

a. If an electron quantum number n=2, it may be a p sublevel.

b. If an electron has ℓ=1, it must be in a  p sublevel.

c. Two electrons in the same atom may have quantum numbers, n , l , mℓ , ms of 2,1,-1,½, and 2,-1,- 1,½.

d. Two electrons in the same atom may  not have quantum numbers of 2,1,-1,-½ and 2,1,-1,-½.

e. If an electron has n=1, it must be in an s orbital