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29 August, 13:33

What is the total number of valence electrons in an atom of boron in the ground state

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  1. 29 August, 14:21
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    Arsenic (As) has an atomic number of 33 (according to the periodic table). This means that an As Atom in the ground state (not ionized) should have 33 electrons. So, let's quickly define core and valence electrons. Valence: Electrons in the top ward energy level, ones that participate in bonding with other atoms.
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