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Textbook Problem

(a) How many electrons can be in the n = 4 shell?

(b) What are its subshells, and how many electrons can be in each?

To determine

(a)

The number of electrons in the n=4 shell

Explanation

Given Data:

Given n=4

Formula Used:

Number of electrons in the nth shell is given as

Number of electrons =2n2

Calculation:

Given n=4

Number of electrons is given as

  Electrons=2(4)2</

To determine

(b)

The sub shells and also, the number of electrons in each subshell.

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