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yes but only in cases when the other variable equals the same.

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How many electrons can the S sublevel hold?

there are two electons in the s sublevel. It is the number of electrons that fit in the first orbital around an atom.

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Because Helium, as the atom number 2, has only 2 protons in the nucleus, so the element He can 'hold' only 2 electrons in its prime K-orbit. However they should not be referred as 'valence' electrons, because they don't participate in valency (= capable of bonding): the K-orbit is stable and filled up and can NEITHER collect more electrons from NOR it will provide its own pair of electrons to other elements thus making it inert (Helium is a 'nobel' gas)

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Each inner energy level of an atom can hold a maximum number of electrons. Electrons orbit around the nucleus of an atom in shells. Each shell has a set maximum number of electrons it can hold, and the shell has to be completely filled before electrons can start filling up the next shell.

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