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This blog post will answer the question “How many of these electrons are in s orbitals?” Spoiler alert: it’s nine. We’ll talk about the basics of fluorine, and then move on to an oxygen atom. The atom of fluorine contains nine electrons. One is in the nucleus, and eight are in orbitals (s-orbitals). How many of these electrons are in s orbitals? Nine. The symbol for an electron is e-. There are two different type of orbits: p orbital and s orbital. P stands for principal or primary because it’s first on the list, while S stands for secondary because it comes after P. Electrons can only be found in one particular kind at a time; they cannot exist simultaneously with their opposite counterpart–they’re either all Ps or all Rs. In other words, there will always be one more electron that belongs to the same type as its neighbor until you get down to n=

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