**Part A**

What is the only possible value of *m*_{l} for an electron in an *s* orbital?

Express your answer numerically.

**Part B**

What are the possible values of m _{l} for an electron in a *d* orbital?

Express your answer numerically with sequential values separated by commas.

**Part C**

Which of the following set of quantum numbers (ordered *n*, l, *m *_{l}, *m*s) are possible for an electron in an atom?

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