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    mdelaey
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    As can be seen from slide 9 of this course: J=3/2.
    Lanthanum only has 1 electron in 5d which means that S=1/2. 5d shell also means that L=2.
    From this can be concluded that g = 0.8

    The highest level is similar, the only difference is J=5/2.
    g = 1.2

    i believe it would release its electron, this results in L=0, and S = 0 due to the 2 electrons in 6s. So that J=0.
    g = 0

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