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There are 17 electrons in a chlorine atom.


The chlorine atom has 17 protons and electrons.


There are 17 electrons i a neutral atom of chlorine.


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There are 3 shells total in the atom of Chlorine. The first shell has 2 electrons because the first shell of any atom can only hold up to a maximum of 2 electrons. The second shell holds 8 electrons because the second shell of any atom can only hold 8 electrons maximum. The third shell holds 7 electrons in the Chlorine atom, but the third shell of any atom can hold up to 18 electrons as a maximum.


A chlorine atom has seven valence electrons.


The neutral atom of chlorine has 17 protons and electrons.


There are 7 valence electrons in chlorine atom and 8 valence electrons in chloride ion.


As the chlorine atom has 17 electrons, the chloride ion has 18.


A chlorine atom has 7 valence electrons as do the other halogens.



There are 17 electrons present in a chlorine atom.


Chlorine atom as 17 electrons in total.


A chlorine atom has seven electrons in its outer shell.


Chlorine is a non metal element. There are 17 electrons in a single atom.


In every chlorine atom, there are seven valence electrons.



Each atom of chlorine has 17 each of protons and electrons; as shown by the atomic number of chlorine.


Chlorine is a non metal element. There are 17 electrons in a single atom.


Chlorine is a non metal element. There are 17 electrons in a single atom.


Chlorine is a non metal element. There are 17 electrons in a single atom.


There are a total of 7 electrons in the outer shell of each Chlorine atom.


Chlorine has 17 electrons. The number of electrons in an electrically neutral atom is equal to its atomic number (the number of protons in the nucleus of the atom). The electronic configuration of chlorine is [Ne] 3s2 3p5.


In the question, it should be either "chlorine atom" or "chloride ion". Chlorine atom has 7 valence electrons. Chloride ion has 8 valence electrons.



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