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4) Therefore the term is, like the ground term, a singlet term. When the electron spins are parallel, S = 3 + 3 = 1, the multiplicity is 3 and the resulting term is a term. 2. 2(d), in which both electrons are in the same orbital with parallel spins, is forbidden by the I'auli principle as they would both have the same set of quantum numbers. 2 Possible distribution of electron spins between two orbitals to give (a) a ground singlet term, (b) an excited singlet term, (c) an allowed excited triplet term and (d) a forbidden triplet term We can see now that all the electronic terms of the hydrogen atom have the same multiplicity.
The association between the s, p, d, ... labels and the values of! 22) There is a further quantum number, inp,associated with the orbital angular momentum and known as the It can take 2Q + 1 values, given by: ngI = 0, k l , k2, k3, ... 6 Wave functions for various atomic orbitals of the hydrogen atom The orbital angular momentum of the electron is a quantity: it has not only magnitude but also direction. When the atom is in a magnetic field, this vector can lie only in certain directions in relation to the field.
1, up to the 5s orbital, are not quantitative and, indeed, are different for different atoms. However, a useful simplifying factor is that the order of the orbital energies is maintained for most atoms. For polyelectronic atoms in their lowest energy state (the ground state), the available electrons are fed into the available orbitals, in order of increasing energy, according to the or building-up principle. In addition, the must be adhered to. This principle states that no two electrons may have the same set of quantum numbers n, e, m, and ms.