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## How many electrons can af orbital?

14 electrons

This means that the s orbital can contain up to two electrons, the p orbital can contain up to six electrons, the d orbital can contain up to 10 electrons, and the f orbital can contain up to 14 electrons.

**What is the maximum number of electrons in AF subshell?**

An f subshell can hold up to 14 electrons.

**How many electrons does AF have?**

Fluorine is the ninth element with a total of 9 electrons. In writing the electron configuration for fluorine the first two electrons will go in the 1s orbital. Since 1s can only hold two electrons the next 2 electrons for F go in the 2s orbital.

### How many orbitals are in af orbital?

7 orbitals

An f sublevel has 7 orbitals.

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

Solution: 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.

**What is the maximum number of electron allowed on the f sublevel?**

The fourth and higher levels also have an f sublevel, containing seven f orbitals, which can hold a maximum of 14 electrons.

## What is the maximum number of orbitals in the f sublevel?

Explanation: The f sublevel as a whole can hold up to 14 electrons due to the fact that it consists of 7 orbitals, but each one can only hold up to 2 electrons.

**How many electrons can af sublevel?**

Each f sublevel can have a total of 14 electrons.

**What is the maximum number of electrons that can be placed in a 7f orbital?**

p: 3 orbitals, 6 electrons. d: 5 orbitals, 10 electrons. f: 7 orbitals, 14 electrons.

### How do you find the maximum number of orbitals?

Recall that finding the amount of orbitals in an energy level can be derived by the formula n2. For the energy level 3, n = (3)2 or nine orbitals.

**How many electrons can occupy a 7f orbital?**

s: 1 orbital, 2 electrons. p: 3 orbitals, 6 electrons. d: 5 orbitals, 10 electrons. f: 7 orbitals, 14 electrons.

**How many electrons can the f orbital hold?**

The f sublevel as a whole can hold up to 14 electrons due to the fact that it consists of 7 orbitals, but each one can only hold up to 2 electrons. How many electrons can a 4f orbital hold?

## Which is the maximum number of electrons a subshell can hold?

If ℓ is the angular quantum number of subshell then maximum electrons it can hold is 2(2ℓ +1) What are s,p,d,f orbitals? Orbitals are the regions of space in which electrons are most likely to be found. Each orbital is denoted by a number and a letter. The number denotes the energy level of the electron in the orbital.

**How many electrons can a 4F sublevel hold?**

With reference to quantum numbers, explain why the 4f sublevel can hold a maximum of 14 electrons. The 4f sublevel has the quantum numbers n = 4 and 1 = 3. Thus there are two electrons per orbital. Seven orbitals with two electrons per orbital leads to 14 electrons in the 4f sublevel.

**Which is the only kind of orbital in the first energy level?**

At the first energy level, the only orbital available to electrons is the 1s orbital. However, at the second level, there are also orbitals called 2p orbitals in addition to the 2s orbital. Unlike an s orbital, a p orbital points in a particular direction.