Identify which sets of quantum numbers are valid for an electron. Each set is ordered (n, l, ml, ms)
a.) 1,3.0,1/2
b.) 3,2,1,1/2
c.) 1,0,0,1/2
d.) 2,1,1,1/2
e.) 2,2,2,1/2
f.) 3,2,0,1/2
g.) 0,2,0,1/2
h.) 2,2,1,1/2
i.) 3,3,2,1/2
j.) 4,3,3,1/2
k.) 4,3,4,1/2
l.) 3,2,1,1
answers would be greatly appreciated. thanks
a.) 1,3.0,1/2
b.) 3,2,1,1/2
c.) 1,0,0,1/2
d.) 2,1,1,1/2
e.) 2,2,2,1/2
f.) 3,2,0,1/2
g.) 0,2,0,1/2
h.) 2,2,1,1/2
i.) 3,3,2,1/2
j.) 4,3,3,1/2
k.) 4,3,4,1/2
l.) 3,2,1,1
answers would be greatly appreciated. thanks

The "rules" for the quantum numbers are:
* n is the energy shell: n = 1, 2, ...
* ℓ is the subshell, the orbital: ℓ = 0, 1, ... n  1 (s, p, d etc.)
* mℓ is the specific orbital: mℓ = 0, ±1, ... ±ℓ
* ms is the electron spin: ms = ±½
(n, ℓ, mℓ, ms)
a.) Invalid, ℓ can not be greater than n  1.
b.) Valid
c.) Valid
d.) Valid
e.) Invalid, ℓ can not be negative
f.) Valid
g.) Invalid, n can not be 0, ℓ can not be greater than n  1
h.) Invalid, ℓ can not be greater than n  1
i.) Invalid, ℓ can not be greater than n  1
j.) Valid
k.) Invalid, mℓ can not be greater than ℓ
l.) Invalid, ms can not be 1
* n is the energy shell: n = 1, 2, ...
* ℓ is the subshell, the orbital: ℓ = 0, 1, ... n  1 (s, p, d etc.)
* mℓ is the specific orbital: mℓ = 0, ±1, ... ±ℓ
* ms is the electron spin: ms = ±½
(n, ℓ, mℓ, ms)
a.) Invalid, ℓ can not be greater than n  1.
b.) Valid
c.) Valid
d.) Valid
e.) Invalid, ℓ can not be negative
f.) Valid
g.) Invalid, n can not be 0, ℓ can not be greater than n  1
h.) Invalid, ℓ can not be greater than n  1
i.) Invalid, ℓ can not be greater than n  1
j.) Valid
k.) Invalid, mℓ can not be greater than ℓ
l.) Invalid, ms can not be 1