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    List the spectroscopic states (energy levels in the usual notation (2S+1)^L, that can arise from:

    one particle with S=1/2,L=3
    one particle with S=2,L=1
    two particles with s1=1/2,s2=1,L=4
    two particles with s1=1,s2=1, L=3
    two particles with s1=1/2,s2=1/2,L=2

    Which of the two particles are excluded if the particles are identical?

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