For the electron configuration 1s22s23p1 notice that 2p and 3s were skipped:
Does the electron configuration 1s22s23p1 correspond to an excited state? Identify the atom and write the ground-state electron configuration if appropriate. How many unpaired electrons are present in this species?
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