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Grade: 11
        
Supposing if the paulis exclusion principle is not correct and each orbital can hold 3 electrons then what should be the respective atomic no. Of the second member of alkali metal family and first member of the halogen family??
10 months ago

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Prabhjeet
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10 months ago
Anita Patil
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The most unacceptable because there is one electron in each of the three orbitals and according to the Pauli exclusion principle a maximum of two electrons can be put in an orbital.                                                              1S^1  2S^1 2P^1 .                                                     
 
 
 
6 months ago
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