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valence electrons are considered to be two types
1. all outer-shell electrons will always show
2. all high-energy electrons
ions: metals...
will lose all their valence electrons=outermost first by sublevels and then high-energy electrons one at a time until they are stable
ions: nonmetals...
will gain enough electrons to fill their p sublevel all at one time and therefore, have only 1 oxidation number
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