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What charge would most likely form on an ion from elements in the following groups?
a) Group 1A
b) Group 2A
c) Group 6A
d) Group 7A

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  1. There is a reason those groups were named with those names.

    I will be happy to crtique your thinking and work.

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    bobpursley
  2. Is it
    a) +1
    b) +2
    c) +6
    d) +7 ?

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