How many orbitals are in each sublevel?


Each sublevel has differing numbers of orbitals. Sublevels are designated with lower-case letters. Sublevel s contains one orbital, p contains three, d has five, f has seven, g has nine, h has 11 and i has 13.

The periodic table of elements contains seven rows; therefore, elements can have up to seven energy levels, depending on how many electrons the element possess. Electrons travel around the atom in orbitals. Each orbital houses a maximum of two electrons.

With each subsequent energy level, another sublevel is added. Energy level one contains only one sublevel, the s with its one orbital. Energy level 2 contains s and p sublevels, so this energy level has a total of four orbitals. Energy level 3 has s, p and d sublevels; therefore, this energy level has a total of nine orbitals.

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Ok, well you have 4 sublevels. S, P, D, F (I remember them by some people drink Fanta- lol. *an inside joke* S-1. P-3. D-5. F-7. Hope this helps! :
The second main energy level contains a 2s and 2p
In order to calculate the De Broglie wavelengths of matter waves, this info is required. The units must be in meters per second for each velocity for each separate orbital and sub
they are jet orbitals, maye you mean electrons.. s= 2 electrons p=6 electrons d=10 electrons
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