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Electron configuration of ion
Chemistry
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The above is the electron configuration of a stable ion of an arbitrary atom X. Which of the following statements is correct?
The atomic radius of X is greater than the ionic radius.
The number of protons of the atom X is 10.
The valence electron number of X is 3.
X is an atom in the 2nd period.
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