Angular momentum for P-shell electron is:- 1) 3h/pi 2) Zero 3) (root2)h/2pi 4) None (Answer is given as 1 but how? Please help.) Share with your friends Share 3 Barun answered this Angular momentum is integral of mh/2pi where m € real no. 2 View Full Answer Rajesh answered this Then what should be answer -1 Namra Khan answered this angular momentum =nh/2π for p shell n=6 so angular momentum=3h/π 4 Ashi Mehra answered this Here P refers to shell from KLMNOP and not the p subshell from spdf. Therefore value of P is 6. nh/2pi = 6h/2pi = 3h/pi 20