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for an oxygen atom,wich requires more energy,tha addition of two electron or the removal of one electron?explain why

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  1. Happy to fill that 2p shell with 6 electrons instead of the 4 electrons in the neutral atom

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  2. so wich one between the addition of two electrons or removal of an electron will requere more ionisation energy

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  3. so wich one between the addition of two electrons or removal of an electron will requere more energy

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