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16 December, 00:45

What happens when a nitrogen atom loses two electrons?

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  1. 16 December, 01:31
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    Since losing and gaining has to do with the ions, we know the answer! It would become a ion, specifically a cation, and gain a positive charge because it lost 2 electrons.
  2. 16 December, 01:47
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    When any atom loses two charged particles, it becomes an ion, with a charge opposite of the particles it lost. Ions will attempt to join up with other ions in ionic bonds, held together by the opposite charges of the atoms.
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