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Atomic chlorine forms its most stable ion when it 1. gains two electrons. elevates one electron from the s orbital to a p orbital. loses two...

Atomic chlorine forms its most stable ion when it
1. gains two electrons.
2. elevates one electron from the s orbital to
a p orbital.
3. loses two electrons.
4. gains one electron.
5. elevates one electron from a p orbital to a d orbital.
6. loses one electron

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