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# What is the maximum number of electrons possible in the 6f sublevel? ⚑ Flag

by apr at October 07, 2010

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Stoichiometry October 08, 2010

i dont think that there is a 6f sublevel. the highest there is is a 5f and 14 electrons fit on that orbital

Car...los... October 09, 2010

The principle quantum number for a element with 6f electrons would have to be 8 and there are no known elements that have that many energy levels.  The Periodic Table stops with row 7.

kroo_jteague October 09, 2010

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brandy043 November 05, 2010

There is not a 6f sublevel and there is only a 4f and 5f sublevel. The f sublevel has 14 electrons so both 4f and 5f each have 14 electrons maximum.

heroefan November 17, 2010