Any Catholic religious store sells rosary beads. Also, simply type "Rosary beads' as a website in the internet and any number of sites will appear.
There could be literally any number of blue beads - there is no rule that says you have to have so many blue beads for every black bead!
From the amount of information provided in the question, the answer is any non-negative whole number.
The maximum number of electrons in any p orbital is 6.
There are [countably] infinite rational number between any two rational numbers. There is, therefore, no maximum.
32 is the maximum number of electrons any orbital ring can contain and only in the 4th or 5th ring
The maximum number of f orbitals in any single energy level in an atom is 7.
The maximum number of electrons in any s orbital is 2, irrespective of the principal quantum number preceding the "s".
Chinese AbacusAbacus was invented by Chinese. But vedic mathematics is known to deal with equipment similar to abacus. Not withstanding anything Chinese abacus just an amazing piece of calculator that needs no power except mind power. The Chinese abacus actually sharpens your mind power and calculations can be done faster than a home computer of P 4 standard because it takes time to punch in the numbers manually into the computer. But abacus is just moving beads.Here is a nice free Chinese abacus that actually works on clicking on it. If you want to know how it works Just cut and paste this link in the address bar of browser. It is free and works. This is one working Chinese abacus ideally suited for school children and adults alike.http://100softwares.googlepages.com/free_chinese_abacus.htmJust try clicking on any bead and you will find the answer right under it in the box. I think it runs on java so download java to run the free Chinese abacus on your PC.
Any number above 3 sides which is the minimum
A nucleus can have up to seven shells and the maximum each shell can hold is 2N^2. The maximum number of electrons found in any shell of known elements is 32.
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The following algorithm works for any number of integers: Assume the first number is the maximum - maximum = (first number). Compare your assumed maximum with the second number. If the second number is larger than the assumed maximum, replace the old assumed maximum with the second number. Repeat for the third number, for the fourth, etc. - always copying the nth. element to the assumed maximum if you find one that is larger than your previous maximum.
Well Brighton beads are NOT full sterling silver, so any that you find that are would be better - theoretically...
Any s orbital can only hold 2 electrons maximum.
The abacus is considered the first adding machine because it was the first tool that was used to add with. There were not any counting devices until the invention of the abacus in 3000 BC.
Any orbital can only contain a maximum of 2 electrons. Each energy level has a set of orbitals and the maximum number of electrons varies depending on the energy level.
The maximum number of electrons in any s sublevel is 2, irrespective of what the principal quantum number, i.e., the number before the s in an electron configuration, may be.