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How many electrons does the first shell allow?
2
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How many electrons do every other shell allow?
8
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When are atoms stable and unreactive?
When they have a full outer shell
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What happens if the outer shell isn't full?
The atom reacts with another substance to try and fill it
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When are atoms more reactive?
When they have less electrons in their outer shell
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What does the electronic structure mean?
The number of electrons in each shell, eg nitrogen is 2,5 as there are 2 electrons in the first shell, and 5 in the next
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