anonymous
  • anonymous
the atoms shown below is ... a) likely to form a covalent bond. b) likely to form a ionic bond. c) not likely to form any bonds. d) likely to form double bonds.
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
here is the picture
perl
  • perl
how many electrons are in the outer orbit
anonymous
  • anonymous
um I counted 10 why?

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perl
  • perl
there are 8
perl
  • perl
The reason why we should count the number of electrons is the octet rule. An atom is most stable (non reactive) when the outermost shell is full of 8 electrons
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh the outer orbit sorry.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so what is it likely to make? like what kind of bond?
perl
  • perl
since the outermost shell is full, it is non reactive. it is unlikely to make any bonds
perl
  • perl
it won't give up an electron or accept an electron
anonymous
  • anonymous
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