In the atom of an element x, 6 electrons are present in the outermost shell. if it acquires noble gas configuration by accepting requisite number of electrons, then what would be the charge on the ion so formed?


Question: In the atom of an element x, 6 electrons are present in the outermost shell. if it acquires noble gas configuration by accepting requisite number of electrons, then what would be the charge on the ion so formed?

An element which consists 6 electrons in its outermost shell  requires two electrons to get the noble gas configuration. So, the ion which is formed by accepting to electrons has a charge of minus 2. Oxygen is the element with above mention properties.

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