The full electron configuration for iron (Fe) is:
1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d6
Iron has 26 electrons in total. The first two electrons fill the 1s orbital, the next two fill the 2s orbital, and the following six fill the 2p orbital. The next two electrons fill the 3s orbital, followed by six filling the 3p orbital. Finally, the last two electrons fill the 4s orbital and the remaining six fill the 3d orbital. The 3d orbital is actually filled in a way that is unusual compared to other elements, which is why iron has unique magnetic properties.
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