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Bellwork 20 3/19 – 3/23
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Wednesday, March 21 Write the electron configuration for phosphorous and circle the valence electrons.
Thursday, March 22 What group of elements have a stable electron configuration?
Friday, March 23 What do the numbers down the side and across the top of the periodic table represent? (Not rows and columns or groups and periods)
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