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Q: From your knowledge about the distribution of electrons in their shells and from the atomic number (in parentheses), indicate the most likely charge on the ion when this atom forms an ion. (Remember
the 2-8-18 shell distribution.) Oxygen (8) +1 +2 -2 -1
A: -2
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User: An atom that has gained or lost electrons is called _____. a cation an ion inert a molecule

User: From your knowledge about the distribution of electrons in their shells and from the atomic number (in parentheses), indicate the most likely charge on the ion when this atom forms an ion. (Remember the 2-8-18 shell distribution.) Oxygen (8) +1 +2 -2 -1

Weegy: -2
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User: From your knowledge about the distribution of electrons in their shells and from the atomic number (in parentheses), indicate the most likely charge on the ion when this atom forms an ion. (Remember the 2-8-18 shell distribution.) Hydrogen (1) +1 -1 2

Weegy: -2
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User: Atomic mass is determined by the number of protons plus the number of _____. electrons neutrons charges atoms

Weegy: The number of protons in one atom of an element determines the atom?s atomic number. the number of electrons determines the charge of atom of and element. [ ]
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User: The atomic mass of an element whose atoms consist of eight protons, nine neutrons, and eight electrons is _____. (Ignore the periodic table entry for this element and only consider what the atomic mass would be given the number of subatomic particles in this question). 8 16 17 25

Weegy: The atomic mass of an element whose atoms consist of eight protons, nine neutrons, and eight electrons is 25.
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User: The symbol Na+ represents a sodium atom that has lost an electron. True False

Weegy: True. Na+ represents a sodium atom that has lost an electron.
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