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Which of the following is not a correct statement regarding the energies of orbitals in multielectron atom. 

a. The lower the value of (n + l) for an orbital, lower is its energy 

b. Energies of the orbitals in the same subshell decreases with increase in atomic number. 

c. Energies of s-orbital is lower than the p-orbital and that of p-orbital is lower than the d-orbital 

d. If two orbitals have same value for (n + l), the orbital with higher value of n will have lower energy

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 (d) If two orbitals have same value for (n + l), the orbital with higher value of n will have lower energy

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