2nd October 2019

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How many electrons does cobalt have in its outermost electron shell?

Cobalt is a transition metal in the fourth period that is slowly filling up its third shell with electrons. Cobalt has fifteen electrons in its third shell that holds a maximum of eighteen electrons (as seen in zinc).
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