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Potassium has an atomic number of 19. Will it tend to form cations or anions? Why? Is carbon dioxide organic? Why or why not?


   Potassium has an atomic number of 19. Will it tend to form cations or anions? Why?


   Is carbon dioxide organic? Why or why not?



  List the 4 macromolecules. For each, describe how it is similar and different to the other 3.

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Potassium with atomic number 19 is more likely to form a cation molecule because it has 1 electron in its 4s octet shell... View the full answer

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Hi, here is a guide for your answer. Thank you. Potassium is one of the alkali metals. The characteristic of alkali metals is... View the full answer

Potassium with an atomic number19 is most likely to form cations. This is so because potassium belongs... View the full answer

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