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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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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how many electrons are in the outer orbit
um I counted 10 why?

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there are 8
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
oh the outer orbit sorry.
so what is it likely to make? like what kind of bond?
since the outermost shell is full, it is non reactive. it is unlikely to make any bonds
it won't give up an electron or accept an electron
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