Discussion :: Voltage and Current - True or False (Q.No.1)
The shell that is closest to the nucleus of an atom can contain a maximum of two electrons.
Answer: Option A
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|Jayant said: (Aug 3, 2011)|
|Yes because it is closest to nucleus of an atom according to 2n^2 law.|
|Sreejesh said: (Aug 5, 2011)|
|I agree with jayant.|
|Gurleen Kaur said: (Aug 26, 2012)|
|Shells are filled acc. to 2n^2(2n square law)
where n=no. of shell from nucleus
In this case n=1
so,no. of electrons in the shell=2x(1x1)=2
|Mallesh Balla said: (Apr 30, 2013)|
|As the count start as 1s1 for hydrogen. 1s1 1s2 for helium and so on. So the maximum no.of electrons near the nucleus will be two.|
|Raja said: (Jul 5, 2018)|
|What do you mean by shell?|
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