# Chemistry

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What is the maximum number of electrons that can occupy a subshell with l = 2 ?
(Remember that l = 0 denotes an s orbital, l = 1 denotes a p orbital, l = 2 denotes a d orbital, and l = 3 denotes an f orbital.)

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