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When an atom of iron loses all of its 4s electrons and one of its 3d electrons, what is its charge? A. 5+ B. 52 C. 3+ D. 7+
When an atom of iron loses all of its 4s electrons and one of its 3d electrons, its charge is 3+.
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When an atom of iron loses all of its 4s electrons and one of its 3d electrons, its charge is 3+.
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