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For a p-electron, orbital angular moment is


(A) √2h                              (B)   h


(C) √6h                              (D)   2h                    plz EXPLAIN  IT PROPER....

6 years ago

Answers : (2)

aditya reddy
30 Points
										

O.A.M= SQRT[ l*(l+1)]   * h


 


FOR P ELECTRON  L VALUE IS 1.


 


THEREFORE O.A.M= SQRT(2) * h             


 


THEREFORE OPTION---A

6 years ago
deeksha sharma
40 Points
										

orbital angular momentum of an orbital is given by {l(l+1)}1/2  h




for p orbital, l=1          (s=0


                                 p=1


                                 d=2


                                 f=3)


o angular momentum= {1(1+1)}1/2 h ={1*2}1/2   h  = 21/2 h


so the answer is A under root pf 2 multiplied by h

6 years ago
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