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What are the possible values for the magnetic quantum number ml for an electron whose orbital quantum number is l = 4? What are the allowed values of the angles between L and the zaxis in this case?

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

Is Ml equal to four for the first part? Because the angular momentum quantum number is equal to four?

I have no idea for the second part. I don't have the gradient of the magnetic field of the z-component and don't have any distance or velocity values.

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# Homework Help: Angular momentum quantum number and angle

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