Question (a) Write down the quantum numbers for the states described in spectroscopic notation as 2S3/2, 3D2 and 5P3. (b) Determine if any of these states are impossible, and if so, explain why. (Please note that these could describe states with more than one electron.) My Attempt A) I came up with the quantum numbers for everything that I'm pretty sure is correct. Was hoping I could get a double check on this. 2S3/2 l = 0, s = 1/2, j = 3/2 3D2 l = 2, s = 1, j = 2 5P3 l = 1, s = 2, j = 3 B) I'm almost 100% confident that 2S3/2 is impossible because when l = 0, j must = 1/2. I'm not sure about the other two because I don't know all the rules for what s can be compared to l and j. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!