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Posted by Travis on Saturday, September 15, 2012 at 12:01pm.

Write the chemical symbol for the atomic species with 35 electrons and a charge of +34 on the nucleus.

Does the +34 charge just mean the number of protons? And then 35 electrons would give it a - charge so it would be Se-? Or am I looking at this question wrong? Thanks!

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