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Consider the elements neon, bromine, and phosphorus. Which has five electrons in its 4p sublevel?

I got phosphorus wrong as my answer....

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  1. Phosphorus has three electrons in its 3p sublevel

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  2. so it would be Bromine?

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  3. Only bromine. You have to write electron configuration:

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  4. Thank you :)

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