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13 January, 22:01

How many valence electrons does a neutral atom of beryllium have

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  1. 13 January, 22:29
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    A neutral Beryllium atom has two (2) valence electrons

    Explanation:

    Beryllium, Be, is a group 2 element on the periodic table. Its atomic number is 4.

    Generally, atomic number equals number of electrons, which means a neutral Beryllium atom contains four (4) electrons: two (2) in the inner shells and 2 in the outer shell (valence electrons), which can take part in a chemical reaction and participate in chemical bonding.
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