1. The atomic structure of an element is provided in the figure1.

                                             Figure 1


  1. The number of valence electrons.
  2. The number of electrons in K-Shell.
  • The number of protons.

The number of neutrons.                                            

= electron
= nucleus containing
22 particles
Figure 1

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key = electron = nucleus containing 22 particles Figure 1

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