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How many valance electrons do elements in boron family have?


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3 valence electrons are there in boron family

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The elements in the boron family are in group 13. Therefore, their outermost shells are filled up to their s2 p1 orbitals. That means that the boron family of elements all have 3 valence electrons.

Boron is an elemet in group 13, hence it has three valence electrons.

Boron has 3 valence electrons.

All in the same group: 13 (or 3) like Al, Ga, In.

There are three valance electrons. These are the electrons in the outer shell if it is not full.

3 valence electronsThere are three valance electrons. These are the electrons in the outer shell if it is not full.

im not sure but i thinks it's three

I think lithium should be more reactive as it has only 1 valance electron wheres Boron has 3 valance electrons. The electro positivity(tendency to lose electrons) of Lithium is greater then Boron, therefore more reactive.

The elements from the boron family includes aluminium, gallium, indium and thallium.

The family containing 7 valance electrons is called the Halogens. They are all called (in order of increasing valance electrons): Alkali Metals(1), Alkaline Earth Metals(2), Boron Group(3), Carbon Group(4), Nitrogen Group(5), Oxygen Group/Chalcogens(6), Halogens(7), and Noble Gasses(8/full).

The elements below Boron in group 13 generally give electrons to form ions, although they can form covalent compounds. Boron forms covalent bonds rather than ionic so it shares electrons.

Boron family is group IIIA so 3 electrons are in the outermost shell.

The Boron Group or Boron Family consists of:Boron (B)Aluminum (Al)Gallium (Ga)Indium (In)Thalium (Ti)Ununtrium (Uut)The Boron family is a series of elements in group 13.

B, Al, Ga, In, Tl are the members of the Boron family.

all the elements in 3A group have three valance electrons.Elements of group IIIA have three valence electrons: B, Al, Ga, etc. form 3+ charged ions.The group 13 elements all have 3 valence electrons. This group has previously been known as the earth metals and the triels. The elements in this group include boron, aluminum, gallium, indium, thallium, and ununtrium.

"Family" in this context usually means a column of a wide form periodic table. With this meaning, the other elements in the boron family are aluminum, gallium, indium, and tellurium.

Boron (B) has 3 electrons in its outer shell, just like the other members of the 3A family. Boron's outer electrons are 2s2 2p1.

Elements that belong to group 13, or the Boron group, contain three valence electrons. Of these elements, Al, Ga, In, Ti, and Uut are all metals. Boron is a metalloid.

It is just named the boron group. The elements in the group are boron (B), aluminum (Al), gallium (Ga), indium (In), thallium (Tl), and unumtrium (Uut) (scienticially prepared). The boron group all have 3 electrons in their valence levels making them an unstable group.

There aren't atoms in elements. There are atoms of elements. You might be thinking of proton, neutrons or electrons.

Well i think that will be boron according to the first 20 elements.

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