The simplest many-electron atom is the helium atom. In the ground state, its two s electrons exactly fill the innermost shell with the principal quantum number n = 1. There is no room for more electrons in this shell, as we shall see below.
KeywordsMercury Manganese Helium Vanadium Orthohelium
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