In Order To Become Stable, An Atom Will Either Gain Or Lose Electrons. What Must A Non-metal Atom Such As Iodine Do To Become Stable?


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Iodine must accept an electron to become stable.
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In order to become stable, an atom will either gain or lose electrons. What must a non-metal atom such as iodine do to become stable?

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