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Why can you only predict the ionic charge of an element using the periodic table? (Keyword: Predict)
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

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Hi there! I've moved this to the chemistry forum now, you should get more replies here
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If it wasn't an element, what would it be?
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Why can you only predict the ionic charge of an element using the periodic table? (Keyword: Predict)
As you can find out from it how many electrons it has in its outer shell and therefore how many it would need to gain/loose to become stable.
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It gives important data on the electron occupation, based on the location in the periodic table.
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I focussed on the word "only".

i.e. why can't you predict the ionic charge on non-elements?
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Hey people just wanted to know whether any one has any AS CHEMISTRY notes / revision work? I need all the help in order to pass chemistry so can any one help me out with some notes / work?! Please and thank you xox


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The periodic table shows you the number of electrons in the outer shell of a non metallic element. Thus showing us how many electrons are required to fill the outer shell electrons. The number of electrons required to fill its octate is the charge
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Anyone doing ocr A chemistry as level this year?
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I'm going to start teaching it in January.
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