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## What is the orbital of 7s?

The 7s radial distribution function has six spherical nodes but higher s orbitals have even 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 7s-orbital has (7 – 1) = 6 radial nodes, as shown in the above plot.

### How many nodes are there in a 7s orbital?

six

The shape of the 7s orbital. That on the left is sliced in half to show the six spherical nodes of the 7s orbital. The shape on the right shows the nodal structure of the 7s-orbital. While still spherical, higher s-orbitals (8s, 9s …) are more complex since they have more spherical nodes.

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

14 electrons

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

**How many orbitals are in 3p?**

three orbitals

There are nine orbitals in the n = 3 shell. There is one orbital in the 3s subshell and three orbitals in the 3p subshell.

**Is 7s orbital possible?**

The 7s orbital can hold as many as two electrons with principal quantum number n=7 and orbital angular momentum quantum number l=0 .

## How many orbitals are in 1s?

There is 1 orbital in the 1s sublevel.

### What are quantum numbers refer to a 7s orbital?

The 7s orbital can hold as many as two electrons with principal quantum number n=7 and orbital angular momentum quantum number l=0.

#### How many orbitals are there in the seventh shell?

Notice that you can easily find the number of electrons that an atom can accomodate on a particular shell, or energy level, by using the fact that each orbital can hold a maximum of two electrons. In the case of the seventh shell, those 49 orbitals will hold a maximum of

**How many spin up electrons does a s-kind have?**

The s-kind has only one orbital The p-kind has three orbitals The d-kind has five orbitals The f-kind has seven orbitals Each orbital can hold twoelectrons. One spin-up and one spin-down. This means that the 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, etc., can each hold twoelectrons because they each have only one orbital.

**What’s the maximum number of electrons a s orbital can hold?**

s-orbitals can hold 2 electrons, the p-orbitals can hold 6 electrons. Thus, the second shell can have 8 electrons. The n=3 (third)shell has: The 3s orbital