What Is The Electron Configuration For Iodine?

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Iodine is a halogen that is included in the group of halogens in the row 5 of the periodic table. The atomic number of iodine is 53 which shows that there are 53 protons and electrons in an iodine atom. When iodine gets an electron it is converted into Iodide and it's electrons get 54. The electronic configuration of iodine is,

1s22s2p63s2p6d104s2p6d105s2p5

The electrons are configured in the electronic shells as follows:

2,8,18,18,7

For diagram of iodine atom

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