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CBSE Class 11-science Answered

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Asked by ubedullah | 17 Oct, 2009, 03:07: PM
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H has one elecron, so H+ will have zero electrons.

H2 will have 2 electrons.

O2+ will have  15 electrons.

Atomic number of O is 8. So, number of electrons in 2 oxygen atoms will be 16. and less one electron will make it 15.

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