Problem: How many unpaired electrons are present in a ground-state atom from Group 1A(1)?

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  • Group 1A atoms are the atoms in the first column of the periodic table (Li, Na, K, Rb, and Cs). 

  • These group of atoms are in the s-block of the periodic table


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How many unpaired electrons are present in a ground-state atom from Group 1A(1)?

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