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if each orbital can hold a maximum of 3 electrons, then how many elements in 9th period of the periodic table(long form) . give answer with explanation.

if each orbital can hold a maximum of 3 electrons, then how many elements in 9th period of the periodic table(long form) .


give answer with explanation.

Grade:11

3 Answers

ruchi yadav
askIITians Faculty 27 Points
7 years ago
Eachshellcancontain only a fixednumber of electrons: The 1st shellcan holdup to two...However, this is not a strict requirement: Atoms mayhavetwo or eventhreeincomplete outer shells.....The firstelementstohavemorethan32electronsin one shell would belong to the g-block ofperiod8 of theperiodic table.

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Ruchi
Askiitians Faculty



Sonu Rohilla
26 Points
4 years ago
In 9th period the orbitals are filled as 5g can be exist in future
5g (9)+6f (7)+7d (5)+8p (3)+9s (1)=25
Total no element 25×3=75
amit sharma
15 Points
3 years ago
If there is 9 period  the the maximum no. Of electron are 57 and please think your self and you will score good mark and ay be select in iit or mit 

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