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Solution: The four quantum numbers (n, ℓ, mℓ , ms) for the last two electrons added to complete the electron configuration if Si are:a. (2,1,-1,½) and (2,1,0,½)b. (3,1,-1,½) and (3,1,0,½)c. (3,0,-1,½) and (3,1,

Problem

The four quantum numbers (n, ℓ, m , ms) for the last two electrons added to complete the electron configuration if Si are:

a. (2,1,-1,½) and (2,1,0,½)

b. (3,1,-1,½) and (3,1,0,½)

c. (3,0,-1,½) and (3,1,0,½)

d. (3,2,-2,½) and (3,2,-1,-½)

e. (2,0,0,½) and (2,0,0,-½)