what happens to the outermost shell when the atom loses all the electrons of outermost shell? will it disappear?
Asked by himanshu sihag | 28th Jul, 2014, 03:26: PM
No, outermost shell won’t disappear but the atom will become an ion.
For example if Hydrogen donates its 1 electron to chlorine then the outermost shell remains as it is but Hydrogen atom will become Hydrogen ion (H+).
No, outermost shell won’t disappear but the atom will become an ion.For example if Hydrogen donates its 1 electron to chlorine then the outermost shell remains as it is but Hydrogen atom will become Hydrogen ion (H+).
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 30th Jul, 2014, 11:29: AM
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