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Of aluminum, beryllium, oxygen and fluorine, which is the most electronegative?

Of aluminum beryllium, oxygen and fluorine, which is the most electronegative?
asked in Chemistry by Salt Peter


1 Answer

Of those elements, fluorine is the most electronegative.  Fluorine has the smallest nucleaee radius and needs only one electron to be shared with its outer orbit electron to make an octave.  On the Pauling scale, Fluorine brings a 3.98
answered by anonymous
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