Problem: When an atom loses one electron, the charge on its ion is___, a. 0 b. 3+ c. 2+ d. 1+

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In a ground state, elements have equal amounts of protons and electrons. If it loses 1 electron, the charge 

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When an atom loses one electron, the charge on its ion is___, 

a. 0 

b. 3+ 

c. 2+ 

d. 1+

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