How many of the following set of quantum numbers are not the allowed set of quantum numbersA) n = 3; l = 2; m =-3; s = -1/2B) n = 3; l = 3; m = -3; s = +1/2C) n = 6; l = 5; m = +5; s = +1/2D) n = 2; l = 0; m = 0; s = -1

# How many of the following set of quantum numbers are not the allowed set of quantum numbersA) n = 3; l = 2; m =-3; s = -1/2B) n = 3; l = 3; m = -3; s = +1/2C) n = 6; l = 5; m = +5; s = +1/2D) n = 2; l = 0; m = 0; s = -1

1. A

A, B only

2. B

B, D only

3. C

B, C, D only

4. D

A, B, D only

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### Solution:

A) not allowed because the values of ‘m’ range from ‘-l’ to ‘+l’

B) not allowed because maximum values of ‘l’ is equal to (n - 1)

D) not allowed because ‘s’ has only two values (+1/2  and -1/2)

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