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Valence Electrons and Bonding

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Can you determine the number of valence electrons in an element using the periodic table?

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Created Date 11.04.17
Last Updated 11.06.17
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  • Valence electrons are electrons located in the _______________ energy level of an atom
  • Atoms really want to have ______________ valence electrons
  • How many valence electrons does a Sodium (Na) atom have?
  • How many valence electrons does a Carbon (C) atom have?
  • How many valence electrons does a Nitrogen (N) atom have?
  • How many valence electrons does a Argon (Ar) atom have?
  • Which group on the periodic table contains elements with 3 valence electrons?
  • How many bonds does an Oxygen (O) atom make?
  • How many bonds does a Krypton (Kr) atom make?
  • How many bonds does an Iodine (I) atom make?
  • Which of these atoms is most like to bond with 2 Hydrogen (H) atoms?
  • Which of these atoms is the most reactive?
  • Which of these atoms is the most stable?
  • Which of these atoms is most likely to form 3 bonds?
  • Which group on the periodic table is the least reactive?