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(a) Write down the confi gurations for the groundstates of calcium and aluminum. (b)

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(a) Write down the confi gurations for the groundstates of calcium and aluminum. (b) What are the LScoupling quantum numbers for the outside subshellelectrons? Write the spectroscopic symbol for eachatom.

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