This is a problem from my textbook, Imagine a universe where the four electron quantum numbers have the same roles in our universe, except that the L…

This is a problem from my textbook,Imagine a universe where the four electron quantum numbers have the same roles in our universe, except that the L quantum number takes on values l= 0,1…,n+1 (instead of l=0,1…n-1). (Orbitals fill in order, so that all orbitals of a given value of n fill before any orbitals with quantum number n+1 or higher; and that for fixed n the lowest l fills first).(a) How many elements are found in the first two rows of the periodic table in this universe?(b) What would be the atomic number of the element found in the second row and fifth column in this universe?(c) Draw an orbital filling diagram for the element with atomic number 12.

Imagine a universe where the four electron quantum numbers have the same roles inour universe, except that the L quantum number takes on values l= 0,1…,n+1 (insteadof l=0,1…n-1). (Orbitals…