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Silver, which has a chemical symbol of Ag, has one or two valence electrons. In its most common oxidation state, silver typically contains a single valence electron. More »

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Apply ConvaTec Aquacel Ag dressing with ionic silver on a clean wound, and overlap the dressing 1/2 inch on the surrounding skin, instructs Drugs.com. Use this dressing as a primary dressing, and cover it with a secondar... More »

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Aquacel Ag is a ribbon dressing or nonwoven pad that contains sodium carboxymethylcellulose and 1.2 percent ionic silver, which gives an allowance of up to 12 milligrams of silver for a 4 by 4-inch dressing, according to... More »

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Beryllium has two valence electrons. Valence electrons are those electrons that are capable of participating in the formation of chemical bonds with other atoms. These chemical bonds occur through the sharing of these tw... More »

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Iron has two valence electrons. The atomic number or iron is 26, and it has 26 electrons and 26 protons. The electron configuration of iron is 1s22s22p63s23p63d64s2 or 2, 8, 14, 2 electrons per shell, so an atom of iron ... More »

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Helium has two valence electrons. As an element, helium is very stable and contains a single s-orbital on its outer shell. More »

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Platinum has two valence electrons. The amount of electrons found on the outer shell of an element is known as the valence number. These electrons determine the number of bonds that the element can form. More »

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