Argon does not have an electric configuration.
Fluorine, (2.7) is its electron configuration, as it has an atomic number of 9 and 9 electrons
Not normally, the pins are in a different configuration.
Electron is a subatomic particle. This is negative elementary electric charge.
The valence/outer shell has to be completely full to be completely stable.
Rotate a coil of copper wire between two magnets.
in a delta configuration the current is split between the phases, as opposed to a wye configuration where the current will be equal on all phases. and vice versa for voltage.
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There is no fan belt it is all electric at least for 97 and later models.
The electric configuration of first row elements is ns1. They have 1 valence electron.
The electric charge that is characteristic for an ion of S sulfur is -2. Sulfur lies in the same group as oxygen on the periodic table, and therefore has the same valence configuration.
Ionic bondingIonic bonding occurs between atoms, that result from the exchange of electrons. this is exchange is caused by the atoms achieving a full octet. (8 electrons in outer shell)sodiums electric configuration= 2,8,1Fluorines electric configutation = 2,7Sodium would then give its one elctron to fluorine and fluorine would achieve a full octet.Covalent bondingCovalent bonding occurs between atoms, that result in sharing electrons. This sharing helps achieve a full octet.(8 electrons in outer shell)Hydogens electric configuration = 1Oxygens electric configuration= 2,6There for we would have two hydrogens and have them share electrons making it a full octet