Problem: Consider an atom of Zirconium (Zr) where the electrons are in the ground state. How many electrons would be in orbitals that are spherical in shape?                                 A. 2                B. 10                C. 17               D. 20                 E. 25

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Consider an atom of Zirconium (Zr) where the electrons are in the ground state. How many electrons would be in orbitals that are spherical in shape?

                                A. 2                B. 10                C. 17               D. 20                 E. 25

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