Asked Dec 16, 2019

what are valence electrons and core electrons?


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Step 1

Electrons present in an atom are divided into two categories:

  • Valance electrons
  • Core electrons
Step 2

Valance electrons:

The electrons that occupy the outermost shell or highest energy level of an atom are said to be valance electrons.

Core el...

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