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 Nonmetals typically ______ and metals typically ______.

 

A.

donate  neutrons; accept neutrons

 

B.

accept  electrons; donate electrons

 

C.

donate   electrons; accept electrons

 

D.

donate  protons; accept protons

 

E.

accept  protons; donate protons

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