Organic Chemistry discussion questions

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Tutor Answer

pallveechem123
School: Duke University

Attached.

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Atomic number, mass number

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19
9 F

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84

4_.PNG
14, 14, 14

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12

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3+

Al
P 3−

Electrons
10
18

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In the nucleus

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In a free atom, positive and negative charges always balance.

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