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then how can i calculate the configurations they can have and also how can i calculate the J(total angular momentum ) for each configuration ...please help me anyone... i m referring from BESISER'S "PERSPECTIVE OF MODERN PHYSICS "

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then how can i calculate the configurations they can have and also how can i calculate the J(total angular momentum ) for each configuration ...please help me anyone... i m referring from BESISER'S "PERSPECTIVE OF MODERN PHYSICS "

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$$

J = L+S, L+S-1, \ldots, \left| L - S \right|

$$

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