Problem: What monatomic ions would you expect potassium (Z = 19) and bromine (Z = 35) to form?

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Potassium

Group 1A

expected to lose 1 electron

gain +1 charge


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What monatomic ions would you expect potassium (Z = 19) and bromine (Z = 35) to form?

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