which is a molecule that has an overall electric charge
The overall charge is zero.
Neon's overall charge is negative.
alkali metals have +1 charge on them.
On their own metals have no charge. Metal ions have a positive charge.
The overall charge on He is 0. It is a noble element.
Alkali metals form ions with a 1+ charge.
It is a neutral compound. Hence, overall charge is zero.
All metals are element (or mixtures of elemental metals) so they can't have a charge: ZERO
yes. They are all neutral, hence no overall electrcal charge.
No.. The overall charge of an atom is neutron because it's balanced :)
Neutral is the term for an object with no overall electrical charge.
metals and non metals have charges .
The overall charge is neutral.
Overall charge depends upon the valence electrons. They vary with the type of atom.
The overall charge on the compound HF is zero.
An example is the hydroxyl ion: (OH)-.
the charge is 2+
All alkali metals have plus one charge (+1)
The overall charge is the sum of the charges of its parts. ALMOST ALWAYS ZERO.
(Atomic number) - (Number of electrons present) = (overall electrical charge of atom)
The overall charge is the amount of protons minus the number of electrons.
The overall charge of an atom is neutral because it has equal numbers of protons and electrons.
As the tern neutral might imply, the overall charge of a neutral atomis zero.