Orbitals corresponds with the Angular momentum quantum number which corresponds wit hthe principal quantum number (n) the Angular momentum number can easily be put as n-1. So Orbitals contained within the electron cloud correspond with the Angular momentum number like so

0 | s

1 | p

2 | d

3 | f

So if your main energy level (n) is 1, your angular momentum number (n-1) will be 0, so as a result you will always only have an s orbital.

but maximum value of l is n-1 (here = 2)

In order of energy level the electron configuration level goes 1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 3d and so on and so forth.

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Hope this helps and isnt too much info.

So if your main energy level (n) is 1, your angular momentum number (n-1) will be 0, so as a result you will always only have an s orbital.

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A 2d. as well as b. 3f

because in the second energy level it is impossible to have the d sublevel.

As well as the 3rd level containing an f orbital.

In order of energy level the electron configuration level goes 1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 3d and so on and so forth.

Hope this helps and isnt too much info.

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Orbitals corresponds with the Angular momentum quantum number which corresponds wit hthe principal quantum number (n) the Angular momentum number can easily be put as n-1. So Orbitals contained within the electron cloud correspond with the Angular momentum number like so

0 | s

1 | p

2 | d

3 | f

Orbitals corresponds with the Angular momentum quantum number which corresponds wit hthe principal quantum number (n) the Angular momentum number can easily be put as n-1. So Orbitals contained within the electron cloud correspond with the Angular momentum number like so

0 | s

1 | p

2 | d

3 | f

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using Schrodingers equation we can determine what orbitals are contained in an electron cloud based off of the main energy level (n)

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So if your main energy level (n) is 1, your angular momentum number (n-1) will be 0, so as a result you will always only have an s orbital.

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