how is a cation formed

how is a cation formed ?  The elements want to fill their final layer.

In all elements, only six of the last layers are fully charged.

Other elements combine with other elements to fill their layers and form compounds. Neutral: No electron exchanges, atom. Neither plus nor minus.

Ion: Non-neutral state of atoms. The Atom is either electron or electron.

Cation: The atom is a plus-loaded ion state. Atom has given electrons.

Anyon: The atom is a minus-loaded ion state. Atom has taken electrons.

 

The ion load of an atom is calculated according to the difference between the number of protons and electrons in the + or –

Let's examine another example.



The ion loads of the elements are written with numbers and markers to the upper parts of the symbols.

For;

+ 2 indicator of calcium ion installed:....................... CA2 +

-3 The demonstration of nitrogen ions installed:....................... N3-

The demonstration of the sodium ion loaded with + 1:....................... Na +

-1 The demonstration of chlorine ion installed:....................... Cl–

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