## 1D.19

Jorja De Jesus 2C
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### 1D.19

How many orbitals are present in the
(a) 4p-subshell?
(b) 3d-subshell?
(c) 1s-subshell?
(d) 4f-subshell?

Aayush Patel 3B
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### Re: 1D.19

a) 3 orbitals
b) 5 orbitals
c) 1 orbital
d) 7 orbitals
To find the orbitals present in a respective subshell, you identify the subshell and the l value it is associated with. For s, l=0. For p, l = 1. For d, l = 2. The number of orbitals is then determined by the ml value: l, l-1,..., -l.

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### Re: 1D.19

a) p corresponds to three orbitals
b) d corresponds to five orbitals
c) s corresponds to one orbital
d) f corresponds to seven orbitals

Chanel D_4E
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### Re: 1D.19

a) Three orbitals
b) Five orbitals
c) One orbital
d) Seven orbitals

Try to make note of the number of orbitals in each type of subshell...
s: 1 orbital
p: 3 orbitals
d: 5 orbitals
f: 7 orbitals

Brian J Cheng 1I
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### Re: 1D.19

Below always holds true:
s: 1 orbital
p: 3 orbitals
d: 5 orbitals
f: 7 orbitals
g: 9 orbitals

Dakota Walker 1L
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### Re: 1D.19

The lettered orbitals are what matters in context, the number "4" for example in 4s or 4p is arbitrary.

805097738
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### Re: 1D.19

the number of orbitals is represented by the number of ml values