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What quantum numbers specify these subshells?
2s
n=
l=
3p
n=
t=
6d
n=
l=

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Here is what is possible.
n can be 1,2,3,4, etc in whole number increments. Thus 2s means 2 for n
l can be 0,1,2,3 etc and we name those s,p,d,f, etc.
So the 2s electron has n = 1 and "ell" = 0.
6d means n = 6
d means ell = 2 
What does 3p have?

I told you how to do all of them and did two of three. What gives?
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