|SPC Ramuel Mendoza Raagas||for Teaching Fellow David Perlmutter|
|Problem Set 6|
|Fall Term 2003|
The way Logan phrased this first question in this sixth Problem Set of ours, I believe he used the old way of naming subshells, as opposed to the new way of naming subshells. If I were to name the subshells using the new system expediently presented in the website http://www26.brinkster.com/uptable/ups2.htm, I'd say that Logan's 5f subshell would be best called an 8f subshell under the new system, and that the 3d subshell, be called a 5d subshell. What is the old system's 5d subshell is nowadays a 7d subshell, and the new subshell naming system does not have anything by the name of 3d.