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Homework Help: Chemistry *Urgent*

Posted by Trevor on Tuesday, November 18, 2008 at 10:02pm.

The maximum number of electrons that can occupy ONE f orbital is:

A. 14
B. 6
C. 2
D. 18
E. 10
Wrong Points Earned: 0/2
Your Response: A

Seriously can't an f orbital hold 14 electrons?

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