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Which of the following states that no more than two electrons can occupy an atomic orbital and that two electrons in the same orbital must have opposite spins? A. Hund's rule B. Dalton's
theory C. the Aufbau principle D. the Pauli exclusion principle
D. the Pauli exclusion principle
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