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"ice cream girl" wrote:

why don't you just google it O.e?

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"brunostar" wrote:

i have no idea what i just read.

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Really? alvy123?

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"coollikethat567" wrote:

Really? alvy123?

I know what is there but I didnt understand a thing about the 'Transmission ' part

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"Jack Mack" wrote:

iirc from chemistry, 



you have your shells, but you also have sub-layers/divisions/etc. the electron will go to the place that will make it the most stable. the transitions, which I don't recall studying quite well vary in this aspect.  


i.e. chlorine has 7 valence electrons, they are in the outermost shell and almost fill it up to become stable. chlorine is so easy to bond with sodium because sodium has 1 valence electron. 


sodium loses it's outermost electron and becomes stable, and chlorine gains it's outermost electron to become stable as NaCl or sodium chloride or salt. 


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Feelin so relieved...  Finally got a relevant answer for my question from my tuition sir..... !!

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