Electrons can occupy the same orbital if they have opposite spin motion.
No - only two electrons with opposite spin can occupy the same orbital
False. Only two electrons with opposite spins can occupy an orbital.
If two electrons are to occupy the same orbital, they must have opposite spin.
if they have opposite spin.
only if spins are opposite: one up one down.
Two electrons can occupy the same space orbital in an atom if they have different spins. This is known as Hund's Rule.
The Pauli Exclusion Principal states that two fermions (an electron is a fermion) can only occupy an orbital if they have opposite spin.
The orbital that allows no more than two electrons is the s orbital. This is a spherical shaped orbital. Elements with valence electrons lying only in the s orbital are metals.
The Pauli exclusion principle. See related link.