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Nitrogen has 5 valence electrons.
An Nitrogen atom has 5 valence electrons. xox your welcome , lali got you tha answer <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.
Carbon Monoxide is a compound and as such does not have valence electrons. It will Complex transition metals such as nickel though.
nitrogen has 5 valence electrons
Nitrogen can have either 3 or 5 valence electrons. The number changes because the 2 electrons from the 2s shell can bond as well as the 3 electrons in the outer 2p shell.
There are 5 valence electrons in nitrogen.
NO2 Nitrogen has 5 valence electrons Oxygen has (6*2) =12 valence electrons therefore, the total number of valence electron =12 +5 = 17valence 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, as it is a Group V element. Electron Configuration: 1s22s22p3
Nitrogen, atomic #7, has 5 valence electrons, since 2 are required to fill the first shell, leaving 5 in the outer (valence) shell.
Nitrogen will have two valence electrons forming a triagonal pyramid structure.