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If $$(n+l)=6$$, then what will be the possible number of the sub-shells?


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It is given that, the value of $$n+l=6$$,
then $$n+l=6$$
$$6+0=6$$
$$5+1=6$$
$$4+2=6$$
All above can be possible as values of $$n$$ are greater than the values of $$l$$. But, if the values of $$n$$ are less than $$l$$, then other combination would be
$$\left. \begin{matrix} 3+3=6 \\ 2+4=6 \\ 1+5=6 \\ 0+6=6 \end{matrix} \right| $$  Not Possible
$$3+3$$ not possible as value $$l=(n-1)$$. 

Hence total number of sub-shells would be $$3$$.

Chemistry

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