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When we say that an atom is inert or chemically stable is because



A. The atoms contains exactly two electrons in their outermost shell.
B. The atoms contains exactly six electrons in their outermost shell.
C. The atoms contains exactly ten electrons in their outermost shell.
D. The atoms contains exactly eight electrons in their outermost shell.
E. The atoms contains exactly eight electrons in their innermost shell.
F. The atoms contains exactly ten electrons in their innermost shell.

This question is part of 02-X-ray Tech Review Bank test (Core 1)
Asked by Gared, Last updated: Jan 26, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 07, 2017

The atoms contains exactly eight electrons in their outermost shell.
 

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