food and drinks to avoid high cholesterol level?
their group number tells ugroup one needs to lose one group 2 needs to lose 2 group 3 needs to lose 3 group 4 is neutral can lose or gain 4 group 5 needs to gain one group six needs to gain 2 group 7 needs to gain one and group 8 well they already have noble gas configuration -so lithium needs to lose one -aluminium needs to lose 3 -neon has 8 outer electrons and i is a noble gas so it needs nothing -flurine needs to gain one
li - 1 electron must be lost bcoz 1s2 2s1 al - 3 electron must be lost bcoz 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p1 (confused) ne - it is stable bcoz 1s2 2s2 2p6 f - 1 electron must be lost bcoz 1s2 2s2 2p5
Fiber, especially water soluble fiber (as found in oats, apples and beans)Garlic is excellent-eat this frequentlyVitamins and supplements that contain B12, inositol, choline, folic acid and/or foods that contain theseA health food store supplement called red yeast riceFlax seeds, flax meal, or flax oilSalmon and other fishes that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, or supplements containing those oilsRaw almonds and walnutsMore fish, more vegetablesLess meat, dairy/cheese, sugar!
You don't need electron configuration for thisIf you look across the tall levels of the periodic table from left to right, you will see there are eight that are taller than the restStarting on the left label across 1-8 (with the eight being over the noble gases)Go back and put over that +1, +2, +3, +/-4, -3, -2, -1, 0 (with zero being over the noble gases)The first numbers are the valence, or the number of electrons in the outer level of electronsThe maximum number of valence electrons is 8, so to achieve noble gas configuration they must reach 8The second number set with the + and - are the oxidation numbersIf it has a plus sign that is the number of electrons it must give, if it has a negative that is the number it must take, the ones in the row that have a plus and a minus can either give or receive four.