Electron configuration of chemical elements

Created April 2020, Offline version here
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Which type of orbital will have a maximum of five orbitals in a specific subshell?
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Which type of orbital can house 12 electrons in a specific subshell?
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Which type of orbital will not be used for the electron configuration of iron?
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Which type of orbital can house a maximum of 10 electrons in a specific subshell?
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The only type of orbital that will be used for the electron configuration of all elements.
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The type of orbital in which the valence electrons of magnesium can be found.
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The type of orbital(s) in which the valence electrons of boron can be found.
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The type of orbital(s) in which the valence electrons of cobalt can be found.
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Which noble gas do we use for abbreviated spdf notation of chlorine?
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Which noble gas do we use for abbreviated spdf notation of potassium?
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Which type of orbital can house a maximum of 2 electrons in a specific subshell?
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Which type of orbital can house a maximum of 6 electrons in a specific subshell?
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How many core electrons does sodium have?
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How many core electrons does copper have?
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Which subshells can be found in the second shell?
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Which subshells can be found in the fourth shell?
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How many electrons can be housed in the first two shells of an atom?
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How many electrons can be housed in the first four shells of an atom?
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Which orbital must be filled next when the 2p orbital is full?
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Which orbital must be filled next when the 3p orbital is full?
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Which orbital must be filled next when the 4s orbital is full?
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Chose the correct formula to calculate the maximum number of electrons that can be housed in a specific subshell, where n is the number of the subshell. (n = 1 for the first subshell, n=2 for the second subshell, etc.)