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how mant electron valences are in CCl4

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I don't understand the question. Carbon has four electrons in its valence shell. Chlorine has 8 electrons in each of their respective valence shells. The molecule has zero net charge on it. If this isn't what hou are looking for, please clarify and repost.

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