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## When L 2 What are the possible values of ML?

Since the value of l is 2, the allowed values of ml ** -2, -1, 0, 1, 2. Therefore, there are five spatial orbitals which can hold electrons in this subshell.**

## Is L related to ML?

1 milliliter is equivelant to 0.001 liters (one-one thousandth). Therefore, there are 1000 milliliters in a liter: **1000 mL 1 L. Therefore, anything less than 1000 mL is less than one whole liter, so it must be counted as a decimal.**

## What does L and ML mean?

A milliliter is a measurement used in the metric system. The metric system is a system of measurement that uses the liter as the basis for measuring capacity. Liters are abbreviated with a lower-case or upper-case letter L. **Milliliters are abbreviated with the letters ml or mL.**

## How do you find ml when given L?

Once you know l, you will use l to find ml. **ml -l ,, +l. And ms -1/2, +1/2. There are only two values that ms can be because there can only be two electrons in an orbital and each electron will spin in an opposite direction.**

## Can L and mL be the same number?

Pauli Exclusion Principle: In 1926, Wolfgang Pauli discovered that a set of quantum numbers is specific to a certain electron. That is, **no two electrons can have the same values for n, l, ml, and ms.**

## How many mL are in an L?

1,000 milliliters

## Which is bigger L or mL?

Convert liters to milliliters. **Liters are larger than milliliters, so multiply by 1,000. 4 liters is equivalent to 4,000 milliliters.**

## Can L and ML be the same?

Pauli Exclusion Principle: In 1926, Wolfgang Pauli discovered that a set of quantum numbers is specific to a certain electron. That is, **no two electrons can have the same values for n, l, ml, and ms.**

## What does L represent in chemistry?

**The angular momentum quantum number, signified as (l), describes the general shape or region an electron occupiesits orbital shape.**

## What is L in electron configuration?

1 milliliter is equivelant to 0.001 liters (one-one thousandth). Therefore, there are 1000 milliliters in a liter: **1000 mL 1 L. Therefore, anything less than 1000 mL is less than one whole liter, so it must be counted as a decimal.**

## How do you get from ML to L?

Once you know l, you will use l to find ml. **ml -l ,, +l. And ms -1/2, +1/2. There are only two values that ms can be because there can only be two electrons in an orbital and each electron will spin in an opposite direction.**

## How do you find ML value?

l values can be integers from 0 to n-1; ml can be integers from -l through 0 to + l. For n 3, l 0, 1, 2 For l 0 ml ** 0 For l 1 ml -1, 0, or +1 For l 2 ml -2, -1, 0, +1, or +2 There are 9 ml values and therefore 9 orbitals with n 3.**

## What values of ML are possible for L 1?

Since the value of l is 2, the allowed values of **ml -2, -1, 0, 1, 2. Therefore, there are five spatial orbitals which can hold electrons in this subshell.**

## Can ml be smaller than l?

Pauli Exclusion Principle: In 1926, Wolfgang Pauli discovered that a set of quantum numbers is specific to a certain electron. That is, **no two electrons can have the same values for n, l, ml, and ms.**

## What are the possible values of L and ML?

In the metric system, the prefix m stands for milli, which means 1/1,000 of. So 1 ml (milliliter) is only 1/1,000 of 1 l (liter). Therefore, **1 ml is smaller than 1 l**

## Can quantum numbers be the same?

l values can be integers from 0 to n-1; ml can be integers **from -l through 0 to + l.**

## How many mL is 1ltr?

1000 ml

## Is 100ml same as 1 Litre?

100ml equals **one tenth of that, so 100 ml equals one tenth of a liter.**

## What is bigger 1 mL or 1 L?

A liter (L) and a milliliter (mL) are two units for measuring capacity in the metric system. The bottle pictured at the right holds 1 L of water. **About twenty drops of water equals 1 mL. To convert liters to milliliters, To convert milliliters to liters, multiply by 1,000.**