orbit can accomodate more than 2 electrons while orbital can accomodate 2 electrons with opposite spin while
If you mean orbital then only 2 electrons of opposite spin. If you mean a principal energy shell then the the number is 2n2 where n is the principal quantum number.
Two (2) electrons can be held in the first orbit.
2, an orbital (not the orbit) is that region around the nucleus where maximum two electrons may live one with clockwise and other with anticlockwise spin.
Just two, +1/2, -1/2. These correspond to electrons of opposite spin.
1st orbit: 2 electrons 2nd orbit: 8 electrons 3rd orbit: 8 electrons
In the 1st orbit, there are 2 electrons and in the 2nd orbit are 5 electrons.
Maximum of 2 electrons in the first energy level (or orbit).
An orbit is where something spins and goes in a circle, a spin is just a spin....
2, and its not called an "orbit"
nitrogen is an atom that has 7 protons, 7 neutrons and 7 electrons. The protons and neutrons are all stuck together in the middle of the atom which is called the nucleus. The 7 electrons are alot smaller and spin around the nucleus in orbits, the inner orbit consists of 2 electrons where as the other 5 electrons are in the outer orbit.