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    Number of electrons in the outermost shell for various compounds

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    Think about the number of electrons in the outermost shell of the elements involved and write the chemical formula for:

    a) A compound between potassium and iodine
    b) A compound between hydrogen and nitrogen
    c) A compound between carbon and bromine

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    a) A compound between potassium and iodine

    Pottassium has one electron in the outermost shell and iodine has seven electrons. It can form KI, Potassium iodide to complete it souter shell with ...

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    Writing the various formulas for compounds considering their outermost electron shells

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