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Posted by dave on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 at 3:19pm.

In an atom, the maximum number of electrons having the quantum numbers n=5 and = 3 is:
1. 9.
2. 14.
3. 50.
4. 25.
5. 7.

Shouldn't the maximum number be a lot bigger than the answer choices?

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