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one last question the net charge which has gained one electron would be +1

 

the net charge number of an atom which has lost two el;ectrons wopuld be -2 Are these correct? thanks

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Sure. It's possible it just depends on what charges you're starting with in the first place.

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wouldnt it be the other way around as in if it loses 2 electrons it would be +2

 

thats how i was taught

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it is the other way around because if you lost an electron, then there would be "x" amount of protons more than the electorns, therefor making it postive

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