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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Physics
Level: Grade 12
Tags: PS2.B
Author: HTPhysics
Created: a month ago

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Grade 12 Physics

According to the Pauli Exclusion Principle, what is true about electrons in an atom?
  1. No two electrons can have the same mass.
  2. No two electrons can occupy the same quantum state.
  3. No two electrons can have the same charge.
  4. No two electrons can have the same orbital magnetic moment.
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