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Why Iodine has the wild character to form the I+ ion.

Why Iodine has the wild character to form the I+ ion.

Grade:12

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
That is because it requres only one electron to achieve the noble gas cconfiguration.
So adding an electron to it would be more feasible in completing its octet.
Weheras removing an electron would require so much energy as it would be called as the negative call as the eletcron is get removed.
This would definately leads to the wilderness into the I+ ion.

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