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the maximum number of electrons in phosphorus atom for which n+l=3

the maximum number of electrons in phosphorus atom for which n+l=3

Grade:11

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KAUSTABH PAL
22 Points
5 years ago
For Phosphorous n=3, so in n+l it has to be 3. Therefore, l=0. For np. of electrons to be max, it will be 12 (as 3s^2 will give n+l = 3)

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