Problem: If two electrons in the same atom have the same values of “n” and "l", they areA. In the same energy sublevel.B. In a different energy level.C. In the same orbital.D. In differently-shaped orbitals.E. In orbitals with the same orientation

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If two electrons in the same atom have the same values of “n” and "l", they are

A. In the same energy sublevel.

B. In a different energy level.

C. In the same orbital.

D. In differently-shaped orbitals.

E. In orbitals with the same orientation

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