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Which option is a negatively charged ion?
A: chlorine
B: chloride
C: chlorite
D: chlorate

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  1. 1: chloride
    2: Valence electrons increase by one
    3: how many energy levels it has
    4: 1-
    5: potassium and iodine

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  2. chloride, chlorite, chlorate all are negative 1- ions.
    Cl^- = chloride ion
    (ClO2)^- = chlorite ion
    (ClO3)^- = chlorate ion
    chlorine (Cl2) is the only one listed that isn't an ion.

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  3. C - chlorine
    D - valace electrons increase by one
    C - how many energy levels it has
    B - (1-)
    A - potassium and iodine

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  4. Joe mamma is right, but number one was chloride for me, not chlorine. But ty!

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  5. wouldn't that mean that anonymous is right?

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  6. you are amazing thank you<3

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  7. Anonymous is correct.

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  8. tysm fr

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  9. THANK U

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