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Q: What is the maximum amount of electrons possible in the inner shell of an atom? 1, 2, 8, or 32?
A: The innermost shell can hold a maximum of two electrons, the second shell a maximum of eight, and so on.
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User: What is the maximum amount of electrons possible in the inner shell of an atom? 1, 2, 8, or 32?



Weegy: The innermost shell can hold a maximum of two electrons, the second shell a maximum of eight, and so on.
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User: What is the atomic mass of hydrogen?

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