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Sn4+ is the formula of the ion formed when tin achieves a stable electron configuration.

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Match Letter With a Number: 1. An alloy whose component atoms are different sizes ,2. The atoms of the components in an alloy are about the same size ,3. Composed of copper and tin ,4. Composed of silver and copper , A Substitutional alloy B Interstitial alloy C Sterling silver D Bronze
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An alloy whose component atoms are different sizes : Interstitial alloy.
The atoms of the components in an alloy are about the same size: Substitutional alloy.
Composed of copper and tin: Bronze.
Composed of silver and copper: Sterling silver.

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The nucleus of an atom is A. negatively charged and has a low density. B. positively charged and has a high density. C. negatively charged and has a high density. D. positively charged and has a low density
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The nucleus of an atom is positively charged and has a high density.
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