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Solved: For each of the following atomic numbers, use the periodic table to write the

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Problem 77

For each of the following atomic numbers, use the periodic table to write the formula (including the charge) for the simple ion that the element is most likely to form. a. 36 d. 81 b. 31 e. 35 c. 52 f. 87

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