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Grade: 12th pass
        
The orbital angular momentum of 4s orbital is equal to? 
one year ago

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KINSUK DE
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Angular momentum of electron in nth orbit is given as (nh/2Pie) as proposed by Neil Bohr.
But, we can always calculate orbital angular momentum by the equ.
{Sqr root of ( l ( l+1) )*h/2Pie}
Where l = Azimuthal Quntum No
 
We know that for. S orbital , l = 0
So substituting the value of l in that equ. We get the value of 0.
Ans.So,the orbital angular momentum of electron in 4s orbital is equal to 0.
 
 
 
 
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