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Q: If an atom donates or accepts an electron, what is it considered? A. an ion B. neutral C. an isotope D. protonated
A: The answer is A, an ion.
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User: What is an atom that donates an electron called? A. a cation B. a proion C. an anion D. an isomer

User: If an atom donates or accepts an electron, what is it considered? A. an ion B. neutral C. an isotope D. protonated

Weegy: The answer is A, an ion.
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User: Any atom can be considered stable if it has A. a full valence shell. B. six electrons in the valence shell. C. a valence shell that is one-half full. D. three electrons in the valence shell.

Weegy: A. A full valence shell
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User: What is an atom that accepts an electron called? A. a cation B. a proion C. an anion D. an isomer

User: What is an atom that accepts an electron called? A. a cation B. a proion C. an anion D. an isomer

User: What is an atom that accepts an electron called?

Weegy: The arrangement of electrons in the various shells/orbits/energy levels of an atom of the element is known as electronic configuration. [ Keeping the Bohr and Bury rules in mind let us write the electronic configuration of elements. ]
allybee|Points 8586|

User: What is an atom that accepts an electron called?

Weegy: The arrangement of electrons in the various shells/orbits/energy levels of an atom of the element is known as electronic configuration. [ Keeping the Bohr and Bury rules in mind let us write the electronic configuration of elements. ]
allybee|Points 8586|

User: Which of the following atoms would be most likely to become a cation? A. copper B. oxygen C. fluorine D. nitrogen

User: Which of the following atoms would be most likely to become a cation? A. copper B. oxygen C. fluorine D. nitrogen

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