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1. What quantum numbers specify these subshells?

5s: n=? l=?

5p: n=? l=?

3d: n=? l=?

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    Here are the rules.
    n = 1,2,3.....in whole numbers.
    l = 0,1,2,3, etc up to n-1.
    If l = 0 it i an s
    if l = 1 it is a p
    if l = 2 it is a d
    if l = 3 it is a f.
    So the first one is n = 5; l = 0

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