Q. 43.6( 10 Votes )

Why do only valen

Answer :

Electrons in the inner shells are strongly attracted by the nucleus and are stable thereby they don’t involve in bond formation. The electrons in the outermost shells of atoms are called valence electrons which are highly active an are weakly attracted by the nucleus of atom. So they are easily transferred or migrated, so undergo chemical reactions.


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