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1.Write the electron configuration for fluorine and for hydrogen.

a) fluorine b) hydrogen

2a. How many electrons does fluorine need to complete the 2nd shell?

b) How many electrons does hydrogen need to complete the 1st shell?

3. How could both fluorine and hydrogen satisfy their need to fill their valence shell?

4.Write the electron configuration for oxygen and for hydrogen.

a) oxygen b) hydrogen

5a. How many electrons does oxygen need to complete the 2nd shell?

b) How many electrons does hydrogen need to complete the 1st shell?

6. How could both oxygen and hydrogen satisfy their need to fill their valence shell?

7. Write the electron configuration for nitrogen and for hydrogen.

a) nitrogen b) hydrogen

8a. How many electrons does nitrogen need to complete the 2nd shell?

b) How many electrons does hydrogen need to complete the 1st shell?

9. How could both nitrogen and hydrogen satisfy their need to fill their valence shell?

10. Is there anything about the questions that you feel you do not understand? List your concerns/questions.

11. If there is one question you would like to have answered in lecture, what would that question be?