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Q: Give the electron configuration for a neutral atom of chlorine. (3 points)
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User: whats the electron configuration for a neutral atom of chlorine? (3 points)

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User: Explain why the 4s sublevel fills before the 3d sublevel begins to fill as electrons are added. (4 points)

User: Describe the trends in first ionization energy within groups and across periods in the periodic table. Provide Examples. (3 points)

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Atoms share electrons in covalent bonds: To attain a noble-gas electron configuration.

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