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Discussion :: Chemistry - Section 1 (Q.No.63)


The number of electrons presents in H+ is

[A]. zero
[B]. one
[C]. two
[D]. three

Answer: Option A


H+ is a hydrogen ion, and it is an ion because it LOST an electron. Electrons are negatively charged. When an atom gains electrons it will have NEGATIVE charges.

So it has zero electron.

Sunny said: (Aug 1, 2019)  
Hydrogen atom has one electron so it's electronic configuration is 1S1.

Safi Ullah said: (Sep 10, 2021)  
Hydrogen has only one electron if it loses one electron then the remaining electron will be zero.

Nashuka Emmanuel said: (Oct 10, 2021)  
What is electronic anfinity?

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