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Q: How do you use four 6s to make 2?

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If you mean 4/6 then it is equivalent to 2/3

One orbital - 6s which can hold 2 electrons.

-2/2-2/2 = -2

(s + 6)(6s - 7)

13s - 2

76 and 1/2 of them.

Is done by (3/3) plus (3/3) = 2

4 6s = 4*6 = 24. As a fraction, this can be written as 24/1.

25 of them with a remainder of 2

3 x (22)2 + 2 = 50

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The maximum number of electrons that can occupy and s subshell, or sublevel, is 2. So the maximum number of electrons that can occupy the 6s subshell is 2.

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