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Which element has 7 valence electrons? nitrogen (N) neon (Ne) lithium (Li) chlorine (Cl)

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  1. Faman39
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    @JFraser

  2. Faman39
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    Thank you so much coming to help @ajprincess ! :)

  3. Faman39
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    seriously I m not getting anyone this group for help :( thanks alot

  4. ajprincess
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    U r welcome sis:)

  5. ajprincess
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    Try to use the hint I gave u earlier.:) See if it helps:)

  6. Faman39
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    ok

  7. ajprincess
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    Neon is a noble gas so no valence electron.

  8. ajprincess
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    For elements upto atomic number 20 the group number = valence electrons.

  9. Faman39
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    chlorine?

  10. ajprincess
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    yup:)

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    thank you so much :)

  12. ajprincess
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    U r welcome:)

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