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A single 4p orbital can hold how many electrons?

i got 6 is that correct or no?



Would conducting electricity be considered a physical or a chemical property of ZINC?

  • Chemistry -

    That is correct! px, py and pz (2 electrons in each)

    physical

  • Chemistry -

    BUT a SINGLE p can hold 2 electrons. Three p orbitals can hold 6.
    I agree with physical.

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