what is angular momentum of a electron in 3d orbital.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Answer 1: d=2 angular momentum = sqrt(2(2+1))* h/2*pie

If this answer is correct then it should correct for all the conditions.so see second answer.

Answer 2: what if i say that was excited hydrogen piece then it's angular momentum can also be written as 3*h/2*pie

Both the answer are not same what is wrong. How angular momentum of one electron has two values?

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# Confusion with Bohr's theory.

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