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The four quantum numbers for the last electron placed in the orbitals of a certain element are: n=3 l=2 m of l=0 and m of s=-1/2. What is the element?

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  1. See your other post below. I started answering almost as soon as you posted; it takes time to do these things. I've been at this a long time and I can't just look at them and snap out an answer.

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  2. I thought it was going to be easier than that.. honestly.. I'm better with math like calculus and formulas.

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