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Chapter 11, Problem 67QAP
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Write the valence shell electron configuration of each of the following elements, basing your answer on the element’s location on the periodic table.

rubidium, Z = 37 c. titanium, Z = 22

barium, Z = 56 d. germanium, Z = 32

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