Answer to Question #171123 in General Chemistry for Sara Emille

Question #171123

What happens to the colors of the simulated atoms, and what does this indicate? 


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2021-03-16T07:48:17-0400

The colors of the simulated atoms change. For example, of we consider sodium, it is blue because the charge is positive. Chlorine is red, which means that its charge is negative.


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