Sodium ion

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[[Sodium|Sodium]] originally has 11 [[Electrons|electrons]], however when it interacts with a [[non-metal|non-metal]] it will loose/donate it's outer electron and therefore have 10 electrons and become a sodium ion with a +1 charge. This makes it feel more stable as it means it has a [[full outer shell|full outer shell]].
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[[Sodium|Sodium]] originally has 11 [[Electrons|electrons]], however when it interacts with a [[Non-metal|non-metal]] it will lose/donate it's outer electron and therefore have 10 electrons and become a sodium ion with a +1 charge. This makes it feel more stable as it means it has a [[Full outer shell|full outer shell]].

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Sodium originally has 11 electrons, however when it interacts with a non-metal it will lose/donate it's outer electron and therefore have 10 electrons and become a sodium ion with a +1 charge. This makes it feel more stable as it means it has a full outer shell.

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