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How many valence electrons are in nitrogen monoxide?
Five: All of its electrons except the two in its closed inner shell are valence electrons.
NO2 Nitrogen has 5 valence electrons Oxygen has (6*2) =12 valence electrons therefore, the total number of valence electron =12 +5 = 17valence electrons.
Nitrogen is the element located in group 15, period 2. Thus, its electron configuration is 1s 2 2s 2 2p 3 . That means that 2 is its valence shell and 1 is its core shell. T…herefore, nitrogen has 2 core electrons and 5 valence electrons.
Nitrogen has 5 valence electrons.
An Nitrogen atom has 5 valence electrons. xox your welcome , lali got you tha answer <3
Five valence electrons
nitrogen has 5 valence electrons. carbon has 4 valence electrons.
A nitrogen atom has 5 valence elctrons. To figure that out you have to count across the row that atom is in and stop at it and the number you counted up to is the number… of valence electrons. So... 1st Lithium 2nd is Beryllium 3d is Boron then Carbon then 5th is Nitrogen. Your Welcome)
Five: When z equals 7, the total number of electrons must also be 7, but 2 of them are in the filled inner shell of a nitrogen atom and therefore are not valence electrons.
The nitrogen family comprises of the group 15 elements which consist of nitrogen, phosphorous, arsenic, antimony and bismuth. All these elements have five valence electrons.…
Nitrogen has 5 valence electrons. Its atomic number is 7 therefore it has a total of 7 electrons. If you put this in a Bohr-Rutherford Diagram, there would be 2 electrons in t…he first shell (Helium structure) and 5 electrons in the outer shell. The number of electrons in an element's outermost shell is its number of valence electrons.
Atomic no. of nitrogen is 7 The valence electrons outside are 5 VALENCY= 8-5=3
There are five valence electrons in nitrogen. This element has an atomic number of 7 and belongs to Group 5. Its chemical symbol is N.
nitrogen has 5 valence electrons
Nitrogen atoms do not have any valence electrons in their first shell, which is the innermost shell with only two electrons. No elements except hydrogen and helium have any va…lence electrons in this first shell. Nitrogen has 5 valence electrons in its valence shell, which is its second shell.