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Are diatomic elements are generally stable.?

Yes, these elements are stable.


Diatomic elements are generally stable when they are in molecular form true or false?

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Are diatomic elements stable when in molecular form?

Yes, these chemical elements are stable.


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Explain Why are fluorine bromine iodine and chlorine are diatomic elements?

They all have 7 outermost electrons and want to get to a stable octet. The easiest way to do this is to pair up and share an electron so they both have 8 and hence they are diatomic.


Diatomic elements are represented by what?

Diatomic elements are elements which consist of two atoms of the same element joined together in their normal elemental state. The diatomic elements are: hydrogen oxygen nitrogen and the halogens (chlorine, bromine, etc.)


What family do diatomic elements belong to?

They belong to different families but HALOGENS family consists of diatomic molecular elements.


What elements are all diatomic?

H2, N2, O2, F2, Cl2, Br2, and I2 are all diatomic elements.


Is nickel a diatomic molecule?

No, (solid) metal elements are not diatomic


what is called a molecule having one atom in it?

Monatomic compounds are composed of single atoms and there are no chemical bonds between these atoms. Diatomic compounds are composed of molecules containing two atoms. ... The main difference between monatomic and diatomic compounds is the number of atoms present in those compounds.