When we look at a particular electron within an atom, it experiences two major forces.
An attractive force from the nucleus and a repulsive force from the surrounding electrons.
Now the electron can become shielded from the full force of the nucleus because of the other surrounding electrons.
Which electrons experience a greater effective nuclear charge, the valence electrons in beryllium, or the valence electrons in nitrogen?
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