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Why doesn't the sodium atom gain seven electrons so that its third shell becomes the filled outermost?a. It would be too difficult for another atom to lose seven electrons.b. Sodium's nuclear charge is not strong enough to hold that many more electrons.c. Only six additional electrons are required to fill the outermost shell of sodium.d. In gaining seven more electrons, sodium's fourth outer shell becomes filled.


Why doesn't the sodium atom gain seven electrons so that its third shell becomes the filled outermost?a. It would be too difficult for another atom to lose seven electrons.b. Sodium's nuclear charge is not strong enough to hold that many more electrons.c. Only six additional electrons are required to fill the outermost shell of sodium.d. In gaining seven more electrons, sodium's fourth outer shell becomes filled.


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