13. The picture is a model of a nitrogen atom. What is incorrect about the atomic orbital arrangement of electrons in this model?

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  1. First, PLEASE HELP is not your school subject. Second, no tutor here has ESP or mental telepathy to see the model.

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  2. idk how to put a pic on here

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  3. i have been

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  4. Sorry. Jiskha does not allow the posting of pictures or diagrams. It's the way the program is written.

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  5. I had this one - electrons can't stay in the same orbit

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