Elements and Compounds

# How many non-valence electrons does a neutral boron atom have?

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There are two non-valence electrons in a neturol boron atom. The electronic configuration of neutral boron is 1s2, 2s2 2p1.

The three electrons in the 2d shell are the valence electrons; the non--valence electrons are in the 1s orbital.

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