Yes sulfur does have more electron shells than oxygen.
which has more electrons oxygen or sulfur?
Sulfur is larger than oxygen because it has more protons in its nucleus and more electrons in the orbital shells.
Oxygen and sulfur are more alike. They are present in group-16 and have 6 valence electron.
Yes. Oxygen has greater electron affinity than any other element except fluorine.
The addition of electron shells results in more shielding of electrons from the nucleus.
Chlorine has one more electron then sulfur, so it has 1 more electron in the outer shell, 1 more valence electron. Chlorine has 5 electrons in the outermost shell and sulfur has 4.
An electron does not have "electron shells" at all; these are characteristic of atoms, not electrons. No electron can occupy more than one shell of an atom unless the atom is excited.
Oxygen. Oxygen is a gas making it react faster, while sulfur is a solid.
The outer electron shells of the halogens contain seven electrons, and need one more electron to have eight and become stable.
it is sulfur
Oxygen is more electronegative than sulfur. Electronegativity moves up and to the right with respect to electronegativity.
Sulfur is greater than oxygen because the atomic number of sulfur is 16 and oxygen is 8 so sulfur has a greater atomic radius than oxygen. Sulfur has three electron layers but oxygen only has two electron layers. One electron layer expands the atomic radius a lot and causes the last electron to stick closer to the nucleus. Another important reason for this is tha oxygen atom is more electronegative than sulfur that is it attracts more the boding electrons so the bond length in OH is longer than that in SH
Yes, oxygen is more electronegative than sulfur. This is because its electronegativity is about 3.44, while sulfur's is about 2.58.
Oxygen has a higher electronegativity than Sulphur Oxygen is more electronegative
electron cloud or if you want to be more specific, then electron shells
Oxygen is more electronegative. Oxygen is above sulfur on the Periodic Table. As you go up on the table electronegativity increases. The only thing more electronegative than oxygen is fluorine.
When its electron shells are full
electrons in the outer shell have more energy than those of the inner shells. But electrons in inner shells are closer to the nucleus.
Rows (Periods) on the Periodic Table tell you how many electron shells are in an atom of that elemnt. The further down you go in the Periodic Table, the more electron shells there are. It goes in an ascending order, the first period of elements have 1 electron shell, the second period 2 electron shells, the third 3 shells and so on.
Sulfur Dioxide, or SO2 and also sulfur trioxide SO3. See related link for more information.
Oxgen has more electromotive magnetic than hydrogen because elements always wants to fill up their electron shells. This is used in science.