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how many electrons does bromine have in its valence level?
Valence electrons are those which are in the outermost shell. Bromine's outermost energy level is the fourth energy level. [ Counting the 4th shell orbitals and their electrons, Bromine has two 4s electrons and five 4p electrons, giving it a total of 7 valence electrons. ]
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