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Homework Help: Chemistry...kinda simple

Posted by Mallory on Sunday, January 14, 2007 at 1:53pm.

What are the valence electrons in the following?
PH4+ (phosphonium)
HCN (hydrogen cynide)
NO3-
CN-
H3O+
NH4Cl

i know its kinda simple but i just can't really seem to grasp it

Thanks in advance!

I don't understand the question.
Do you mean how many electrons? And of what element?

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