## How Many Electrons In An Atom Could Have N=4 L=3?

## How many electrons in an atom can have the quantum number set N 4 L 3 ml =- 2?

n | l | Number of electrons |
---|---|---|

4 | 2 | |

1 | 6 | |

2 | 10 | |

3 | 14 |

## How many electrons in an atom may have the following quantum numbers n 4 L 3?

Therefore the total number of electrons for n= 4 shells having -1/2 spin will be **16**. As mentioned l = 0 means s orbital so it is a 3s orbital.

## How many orbitals does N 4 L 3 have?

**seven**orbitals only one possess the value of ml = -2. Hence for the values of n = 4 l = 3 and ml = -2 only one orbital is present.

## What is the maximum number of electrons in an atom that can have n 5 L 3 ml 3?

**2 electrons**can exist with the quantum numbers n=5 l=3 and mz=3 m z = 3 respectively.

## How many electrons can n 4 have?

**32 electrons**.

## How many possible orbitals are there in n 4?

For n = 3 there are nine orbitals for n = 4 there are **16 orbitals** for n = 5 there are 5^{2} = 25 orbitals and so on. To calculate the maximum number of electrons in each energy level the formula 2n^{2} can be used where n is the principal energy level (first quantum number).

## How many electrons in an atom may have the quantum numbers n 4 and 1 0?

a) n=**4** l=0 n = 4 l = 0 . This represents the 4s orbital. All s orbitals can only hold up to 2 electrons regardless of the principal quantum number.

## How many number of maximum electrons have quantum number n 4 ms in an atom?

n = 4 ml=+1 means 4p-subshell which can have maximum **6 electrons**.

## How many electrons maximum can have N 1/4 in the atom?

In an atom both 4s (n = 4 l = 0) and (n = 3 l = 1) orbitals can have n + l =4. Since four orbitals are involved they can have maximum of **eight electrons**.

## How many orbitals are there in a subshell for which N 4 and L 3?

n | l | Number of Orbitals in the Subshell |
---|---|---|

4 | 1 | |

4 | 1 | 3 |

4 | 2 | 5 |

4 | 3 | 7 |

## How many possible orbitals are there for N 3?

nine 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.

## What orbitals are in the N 4 shell?

Thus **s p d and f subshells** are found in the n = 4 shell of an atom. For l = 0 (the s subshell) m_{l} can only be 0. Thus there is only one 4s orbital.

## How many electrons with N 5 can an atom contain?

If n=5 recall that l can be 0 1 2 3 4. Since this question is asking for the total number of electrons in the shell with s=1/2 we know that each suborbital is singly occupied. There are a total of **25** sub-orbitals so we know that the total number of electrons is 25.

## What is the maximum number of electrons in an atom that can have n 4 L 1 ml 0?

When l = 4 this tells you it is a ‘g sub shell’. Thus there will be a total of **18 electrons**. When l = 1 this tells you it is a ‘p sub shell’ and ml can be -1 0 or +1.

## How many electrons can have n 5 and L 3?

For each ml there are only two allowed values of ms namely ms=+12 and ms=−12. Thus each set of {n l ml} can only describe **two electrons**. In your case we have two electrons with n=5 l=3 ml=−1: {n l ml ms}={5 3 −1 +12}

## How many electrons can be contained in all of the orbitals with n 4 L 3 ml 0?

**Fourteen electrons**can be represented by the values n = 4 and l = 3.

## How many sublevels are there with N 4 in an atom?

Orbitals and Electron Capacity of the First Four Principle Energy Levels | ||
---|---|---|

Principle energy level (n) | Type of sublevel | Number of orbitals per level(n2) |

4 | s | 16 |

p | ||

d |

## How many electrons in an atom can have n 4 L 2 M =- 2 and S =- 1 2?

Answer: the answer is **16**.

## What is the maximum value of l for N 4?

ANSWER: The maximum value of ‘l’ for n=4 is **l=3**. i.e l’s range is 0 to (n-1).

## What is the total number of orbitals having N 4 and 2?

**5 orbitals**for n = 4 and l = 2.

## How many Subshells are in the N 4 shell?

**4-subshells**.

## How many electrons in an atom may have the quantum numbers n is equal to 4 and L is equal to zero?

Answer: Therefore the total number of electrons for n= 4 shells having -1/2 spin will be **16**. As mentioned l = 0 means s orbital so it is a 3s orbital.

## How many electrons in an atom could have quantum numbers n 3 and MS ¹ ⁄ ₂?

Since each orbital can hold a maximum of **two electrons** the number of electrons that can share the two quantum number n=3 and ml=−2 will be equal to 2 each having opposite spin.

## What can be the maximum number of electrons that can have s in n 4?

So there is total of 16 orbitals. That means the maximum number of electrons is **32**.

## (a) n = 4 (b) n = 3 l = 0. b) When n= 3 l=0 means 3s orbital which can have **2 electrons** .
## What is the maximum number of electrons present in an atom for which N 1 3?

s. ∴ Total number of electrons in atom that can have n=4 m=+1 are 3×2=**6**.

## How do you find the maximum number of electrons in an atom?

## What is the maximum number of 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. The d sublevel has 5 orbitals so can contain 10 electrons max.

## How many orbitals are there in the N 4 level of the hydrogen atom?

and each ml value corresponds to one orbital. We have 4− subshells in this case s p d f ↔ 0 1 2 3 for the value of l . =**16−− orbitals** in the n=4− energy level.

## When n is equal 4 What is the total number of subshells in an orbit?

16
The four sub-shells are associated with n = 4 which are s p d and f. The number of orbitals = **16**.
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## What is an N 4 shell?

It can accomodate a total of 14 electron. Hence for a shell of principal quantum number n=4 there are **16 orbitals 4 subshells 32 electrons**(maximum) and 14 electrons with l=3.

## How many electrons with N 3 can an atom contain?

– Means the respective orbital where n = 3 l = 2 will be ‘3d’ because 3d orbitals contain five subshells and the principal quantum number is 3. – We know that 3d orbital can accommodate **10** electrons (each subshell can accommodate two electrons). – Therefore the number of electrons are in n = 3 l = 2 are 10.

## When N 3 the possible values of L are?

0 1
Because n=3 the possible values of l **= 0 1 2** which indicates the shapes of each subshell.
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## How many electrons in an atom can have n = 4 l =2 m= -2 and `s = +1/2`?

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**6**.

**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. The d sublevel has 5 orbitals so can contain 10 electrons max.

**16−− orbitals**in the n=4− energy level.

**16**.

## What is an N 4 shell?

It can accomodate a total of 14 electron. Hence for a shell of principal quantum number n=4 there are **16 orbitals 4 subshells 32 electrons**(maximum) and 14 electrons with l=3.

## How many electrons with N 3 can an atom contain?

– Means the respective orbital where n = 3 l = 2 will be ‘3d’ because 3d orbitals contain five subshells and the principal quantum number is 3. – We know that 3d orbital can accommodate **10** electrons (each subshell can accommodate two electrons). – Therefore the number of electrons are in n = 3 l = 2 are 10.

## When N 3 the possible values of L are?

**= 0 1 2**which indicates the shapes of each subshell.

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