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## What is the maximum number of electrons in the s orbital?

two electrons

There can be two electrons in one orbital maximum. The s sublevel has just one orbital, so can contain 2 electrons max. The p sublevel has 3 orbitals, so can contain 6 electrons max.

**How many shells does an s orbital have?**

Like in p subshell there are 3 orbitals so can contain 6 electrons. The d subshell has 5 orbitals so can contain 10 electrons and in the f subshell there are 7 orbitals so can contain 14 electrons. So, s,p,d and f shells has 1,3,5 and 7 orbitals respectively.

**How many electrons can s accept?**

2 electrons

Different subshells hold a different maximum number of electrons. Any s subshell can hold up to 2 electrons; p, 6; d, 10; and f, 14.

### What is the shape of s orbitals?

The s orbital is a spherical shape. The p orbital is a dumbbell shape. There are three p orbitals that differ in orientation along a three-dimensional axis. There are five d orbitals, four of which have a clover shape with different orientations, and one that is unique.

**What is the maximum number of orbitals?**

The value of n=3 and l=1 suggests that it is a 3p-orbital while the value f ml=0 [magnetic quantum number ] shows that the given 3p-orbital is 3pz in nature. Hence, the maximum number of orbitals identified by the given quantum number is only 1, i.e. 3pz.

**How many electrons are in 5d orbital?**

10 electrons

Since gold is in the sixth period, it has the following d orbitals: 3d, 4d, and 5d. The 3d and 4d orbitals are filled with 10 electrons each, and the 5d orbital has 10 electrons, giving a total of 30.

#### What is the maximum number of electrons that can occupy 5d?

5 d 5d 5d subshell contains five orbitals. A maximum of 2 electrons can occupy each orbital. Therefore, a maximum of 10 electrons \textbf{10 electrons} 10 electrons can occupy subshell 5 d 5d 5d.

**Where are the electrons in an s orbital?**

An s orbital is spherically symmetric around the nucleus of the atom, like a hollow ball made of rather fluffy material with the nucleus at its centre. As the energy levels increase, the electrons are located further from the nucleus, so the orbitals get bigger.

**How many shapes are there in the s orbitals?**

An s-orbital is spherical with the nucleus at its centre, a p-orbitals is dumbbell-shaped and four of the five d orbitals are cloverleaf shaped.

## How many electrons can a 3p orbital hold?

6 electrons

CORRECT ANSWER SOLUTION n=3,1 = 1 means that is 3p orbital so it can accommodate maximum 6 electrons.

**How many nodes are in the s orbital?**

The 6s radial distribution function has four spherical nodes but the higher s orbitals have more. The number of nodes is related to the principal quantum number, n. In general, the ns orbital have (n – 1) radial nodes. Therefore, the 6s-orbital has (6 – 1) = 5 radial nodes, as shown in the above plot.

**What is the maximum number of orbital s in an atom that can be identified with the following quantum numbers n 4 L 2 mi 1?**

Hence, the maximum number of orbitals identified by the given quantum number is only 1, i.e. 3pz.

### What does 5d orbitals look like?

Four of the five 5d orbitals are made up of four tri-lobed lobes, centred on the nucleus. The orbital at top comprises two tri- lobed lobes with a concentric pair of equatorial rings.

**How many electrons can a 6d orbital hold?**

It takes 10 electrons to fill the 6d subshell of an atom. In the 6d subshell, there are 5 orbitals that can each hold 2 electrons… See full answer below.

**How many electrons are in 5d orbitals?**

#### What is the maximum number of electrons in a 4s orbital?

Each orbital can hold two electrons. One spin-up and one spin-down. This means that the 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, etc., can each hold two electrons because they each have only one orbital. The 2p, 3p, 4p, etc., can each hold six electrons because they each have three orbitals, that can hold two electrons each (3*2=6).

**What is the maximum number of electrons a d orbital can hold?**

The d orbital can hold a maximum of ten electrons. A 3d orbital can hold a maximum of 18 electrons. An atom with this configuration is Argon. A 4d orbital can hold a maximum of 32 electrons.

**How many orbitals are there in S P D and F?**

The subshells s, p, d, and f contain the following number of orbitals respectively, where every orbital can hold up to two electrons maximum: s: 1 orbital, 2 electrons. p: 3 orbitals, 6 electrons. d: 5 orbitals, 10 electrons.

## What is the maximum number of orbitals a subshell can hold?

The subshells s, p, d, and f contain the following number of orbitals respectively, where every orbital can hold up to two electrons maximum: s: 1 orbital, 2 electrons.

**How many electrons can a 1s orbital hold?**

The s orbital can hold up to two electrons. 1s is the closest orbital to the nucleus, and it can hold up to two electrons. The s orbital is equivalent to the electron shell of the Bohrâ€™s atom model. An atom with this configuration is Hydrogen. The 2s orbital can hold a maximum of eight electrons.