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Fluorine has an atomic number of 9. What is the symbol and charge for an ion of fluorine that has 10 electrons?
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Fluorine has an atomic number of 9. What is the symbol and charge for an ion of fluorine that has 10 electrons?

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The charge is negative and the symbol is F, just with a minus sign for the charge



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since you gained an electron, you add a negative sign to the top as a superscript

F -



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