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This diagram is a model of the fluorine atom. How many electrons, protons, and neutrons are in this atom, and how many additional electrons are needed to completely fill the outer shell of this atom? https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1357500_1358000/1357604/1/2312021b226d2fd290d2d7a9f60ac650c38b0572/MS_PHYS_SCI_286730.jpg
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EllaElla02
  • EllaElla02
A. 9 electrons, 11 protons, 9 neutrons; 0 electrons are needed to completely fill the outer shell of this atom B. 9 electrons, 9 protons, 11 neutrons; 1 additional electron is needed to completely fill the outer shell of this atom C. 9 electrons, 9 protons, 11 neutrons; 0 electrons are needed to completely fill the outer shell of this atom D. 9 electrons, 11 protons, 9 neutrons; 1 additional electron is needed to completely fill the outer shell of this atom

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The outermost shell of an atom has to reach 8 electrons to fully fill it. The number of protons is equal to number of electrons. Having this is mind, what do you think the answer is?

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