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An atom with one valence electron combines with an atom with seven valence electrons. What is likely to happen to the atom with one valence electron? A. It will share its valence electron with the other atom. B. It will take one electron from the other atom. C. It will give up its valence electron to the other atom. D. It will take all seven electrons from the other atom.
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anonymous
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I think it is b
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shreehari499
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Hey there! @Kitten_is_back ! What do you think ?
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shreehari499
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A very good example is NaCl..And yes its absolutely correct, It will give up its valence electron to the other atom...:)
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