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How does one find the s=0 state for the addition of the spin of 4 (for example) electrons?

More generally, how does one obtain the total spin of 4 electrons?

I understand that for 2 electrons one can read the s=1 and s=0 states from a table of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients.

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# Total Angular Momentum of Many Particles

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