Xanthe
  • Xanthe
What is the charge for Sulfur(S)?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
2-
Xanthe
  • Xanthe
Is this the same for Se?
anonymous
  • anonymous
For sulfur, it is 2- because it accepts 2 electrons during reactions... NB:Sulfur as an atom does not have a charge..

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The periodic table can help you with this..... eg. Sodium is in group 1 of the periodic table so this means that it has 1 electron in its outermost shell (which it would easily give out during reactions) so has a charge of 1+

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