Pretty much any element in group 15 (N, P, As) will have 2 "s" electrons and 3 "p" electrons in their valence shells, it's just that they will at different energy levels. For example, N is 2s2 2p3 and P is 3s2 3p3.
The electron configuration of phosphorus is [Ne]3s2.3p3.
The answer is nitrogen. Nitrogen is one example of an element that has the same valence electron configuration as phosphorus.Ê
The valence electrons are the outermost (highest energy) s and p sublevels. There are 5 valence electrons in a phosphorus atom, and it is in period 3, so its valence electron configuration is 3s23p3.
Element 17's valence electron configuration is 3s23p5.
The element with a valence electron configuration of 2s2 2p2 is carbon.
The element with a valence electron configuration of 4s2 is calcium. Click on the related link for a periodic table that shows the electron configurations of the elements.
Beryllium would have that configuration
The electron configuration of argon is [Ne]3s2.3p6.
the element As(arsenic) does
The electron configuration of Mg is [Ne]3s2. Magnesium is a divalent element.
these element has 2 electron in the valence shell and is magnesium of group 2
This is a chemical element. You can find the how many electron in a single atom by using a periodic table.
The Valance Electron Configuration for Group 1 A elements is 1.
That's arsenic, As # 33.
Phosphorus has five valence electrons.
The electron configuration of aluminum (Al) is [Ne] 3s2 3p1
The valence electron configuration for beryllium is 1s22s2.
Aluminium, silicon, phosphorus, sulfur, chlorine and argon have the valence electrons (1 to 6 respectively) ending in 3p level
That would be gallium, Ga. Click on the related link for a periodic table that gives electron configuration.
The valence electron configuration of manganese is [Ar] 4s2 3d5.
Neon has 8 valence electrons, which is a stable valence electron configuration.
an element with 2 valence electrons can obtain a stable electron configuration by "kicking out" two electrons to have the same electron config as the noble gas in the previous period
group 8A and period 3, so its argon
1. the noble gas krypton (Kr).
The electron configuration of iodine is [Kr]4d105s25p6.
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