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Which of these lists the energies of the sublevels, from highest to lowest? A. s > p > d > f B. d > f > s > p C. d > p > s > f D. f > d > p > s
The energies of the sublevels, from highest to lowest is f > d > p > s.
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The energies of the sublevels, from highest to lowest is f > d > p > s.
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