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# Maximum Electron Capacity of the Main Energy Level The maximum number of electrons in the main energy level is determined by the formula 2n2 where n is an integer that designates each energy level. For the first main energy level (K), n=1; in the second main energy level (L), n=2, in the third energy level, n= 3 and so on. Each main energy level contains sublevels and each sublevel has a fixed number of atomic orbitals. For the s sublevel, there is only one atomic orbital, p sublevel has three atomic orbitals and d has 5 atomic orbitals. Ex. In Main energy level 1 (K), n=1Using the formula 2n2, the number of electrons occupying energy level 1 is 2. Since there are 2 electrons in the first energy level, it means there is only one sublevel named s with one atomic orbital and that is the s orbital. How many sublevels and atomic orbitals are there in the next energy levels? Study the table below and supply the missing data. Complete the table below pasagot po ng maayos plsss

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