Electron Subshells
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All the electron shells (except the K shell) have several subshells. For example, L shell has three subshells, which are LI, LII, and LIII, and M, N, and O shells have five subshells, respectively, as shown in Figure 4677.

Schematic showing electron subshells

Figure 4677.Schematic showing electron subshells.



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