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Quantum Set

What is the quantum set of valence electron of potassium?
Question asked by: psahu63

Asked on: 27 Aug 2010

There are a few websites out there that state the possible quantum states for the single valence electron in a potassium website.

Almost most chemistry textbooks covering the elements will also state this information.

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Replied at: 30 Aug 2010
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