There are 2 in the s orbital.
just 2, any orbital maximum can contain two electrons with opposite spin.
Each orbital contains maximum or 2 electrons. you could be either asking for this OR s orbital contains maximum of 2 electrons (has 1 orbitals) p orbital contains maximum of 6 electrons (has 3 orbitals) d orbital contains maximum of 10 electrons (has 5 orbitals)
The maximum number in a f-orbital is 14 electrons.
An s orbital can have a maximum of two electrons.
2 is the maximum number of electrons in the 4s orbital
32 is the maximum number of electrons any orbital ring can contain and only in the 4th or 5th ring
The maximum number of electrons in the s orbital is 2.
maximum electrons in 3p orbital is 6.
The maximum number of electrons in any p orbital is 6.
2 electrons is the maximum number for an single orbital.
In a 2p orbital, a maximum of 6 electrons are allowed.
The maximum number of electrons would be 2 No matter what the orbital is, the maximum number will always be 2
The maximum number of electrons in any s orbital is 2, irrespective of the principal quantum number preceding the "s".