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Solution: All the following are true EXCEPTa. the n = 3 shell has no f subshellb. there are three p orbitals in every shell of an atom except the n = 1 shellc. all s orbitals have spherical shapesd. each d subs

Problem

All the following are true EXCEPT

a. the n = 3 shell has no f subshell

b. there are three p orbitals in every shell of an atom except the n = 1 shell

c. all s orbitals have spherical shapes

d. each d subshell has five d orbitals

e. the energies of subshell in the shells (energy levels) of a hydrogen atom vary as s < p < d, etc.