How Many Electrons Does Chlorine Have?


Chlorine has a total of 17 electrons. It is found on the periodic table as Cl and has 18 neutrons. Chlorine also contains 7 valence electrons, one less than the highest amount an element can have.
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Chlorine, a halogen represented on the periodic table as Cl, has 17 electrons and 18 neutrons. Chlorine is green in color and is obtained from salt.
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