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Use the electron configuration of silver to explain why it always takes a +1 charge as a cation.

  • Use the electron configuration of silver to explain why it always takes a +1 charge as a cation.

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Silver forms both cations and anions, with only cations being common. The valence configuration of ground state... View the full answer

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