Positive charge

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If a molecule has a positive charge, then it has lost electrons to gain a full outer shell, ions with a positive charge are also known as [[Cations|cations]]. Usually metals have a positive charge e.g Mg<sup>2+</sup>
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If a molecule has a positive charge, then it has lost [[electrons|electrons]] to gain a full outer shell, [[ions|ions]] with a positive charge are also known as [[Cations|cations]]. Usually [[metals|metals]] have a positive charge e.g [[Mg2+|Mg<sup>2+</sup>]].

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If a molecule has a positive charge, then it has lost electrons to gain a full outer shell, ions with a positive charge are also known as cations. Usually metals have a positive charge e.g Mg2+.

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