What is the mulitiplicity or statistical weight g of an energy level ?


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What is the mulitiplicity or statistical weight g of an energy level ?

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What is the mulitiplicity or statistical weight g of an energy level ?
When you have more than one level with the same energy, it is the number of levels with that energy.


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