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Solution: a. Write the condensed electron configurations for the Ga atom. Express your answer in condensed form in order of increasing orbital energy as a string without blank space between orbitals. b. Indicate how many unpaired electrons the Ga atom has.

Solution: a. Write the condensed electron configurations for the Ga atom. Express your answer in condensed form in order of increasing orbital energy as a string without blank space between orbitals. b. Indicat

Problem

a. Write the condensed electron configurations for the Ga atom. Express your answer in condensed form in order of increasing orbital energy as a string without blank space between orbitals. 

b. Indicate how many unpaired electrons the Ga atom has.

Solution

noble-gas shorthand → condensed form

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