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Write the distribution of electrons in sodium and chlorine atoms.

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The atomic number of sodium and chlorine is: 11 and 17.

The distribution of electrons in sodium and chlorine atoms is as follows: -

Sodium- K shell: 2 electrons

L shell: 8 electrons

M shell:1 electron

Chlorine- K shell: 2 electrons

L shell: 8 electrons

M shell: 7 electrons

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