## The Elementary Mathematics of the AtomDiscusses the nature of the atom, its structure and behavior using the language of mathematics. |

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only five values, namely —2, — 1, 0, 1, and 2. In general, for any specified value

of I, the number of

orbital angular momentum with respect to a given magnetic field H are shown in ...

only five values, namely —2, — 1, 0, 1, and 2. In general, for any specified value

of I, the number of

**possible values**of m is 21 -f 1. The possible positions of theorbital angular momentum with respect to a given magnetic field H are shown in ...

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Each shell and sub-shell has room for only a limited number of electrons, which

we can calculate by examining the

shell (n= 1). Since the highest

...

Each shell and sub-shell has room for only a limited number of electrons, which

we can calculate by examining the

**possible values**of the quantum numbers. Firstshell (n= 1). Since the highest

**possible value**of I is n — 1, which in this case is 0...

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The

for 2 electrons. The sub-shell for which I = 1 has room for 6 electrons. The sub-

shell for which I = 2 has room for 10 electrons. In the sub-shell for which 1 = 3, ...

The

**possible values**of I are 0, 1, 2, and 3. The sub-shell for which I — 0 has roomfor 2 electrons. The sub-shell for which I = 1 has room for 6 electrons. The sub-

shell for which I = 2 has room for 10 electrons. In the sub-shell for which 1 = 3, ...

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Mathematics and the Atom | 9 |

The Atom in Chemistry | 15 |

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