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Solution: All the following statements are true excepta) The n = 3 energy level has no f orbitalsb) The 2p orbitals can have a maximum of 6 electronsc) Each p orbital has a dumbbell shaped) There are 10 d orbit

Problem

All the following statements are true except

a) The n = 3 energy level has no f orbitals

b) The 2p orbitals can have a maximum of 6 electrons

c) Each p orbital has a dumbbell shape

d) There are 10 d orbitals in a set

e) The fourth major energy level has one set of f orbitals