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Stable electron configurations are likely to contain ____. (1 point) A.filled energy sublevels B.fewer electrons than unstable configurations C.unfilled s orbitals D.electrons with a clockwise spin

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James Washington on December 14, 2018

Answer: Option (A) is the correct answer.Explanation:An electronic configuration stable will be completely full of the energy sub levels. A completely filled sub-levels correspond to the noble gases, which are less reactive and more stable.The orbit nearest to the nucleus will be filled first and later in the other orbital is filled. Therefore, we can conclude that the stability of the electronic configurations are likely to contain the energy-filled sub levels.

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