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      Write the distribution of electrons in carbon and sodium atoms.

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        The distribution of electrons in Carbon is K-2, L-4 or 1s22s22p2 and that of sodium is K-2, L-8, M-1 or 1s22s22p63s1

        Explanation:

        Carbon: Its atomic number is 6

        If we see the shell-wise electronic distribution then its 6 electrons are divided as the following

        Electrons in K – Shell = 2

        Electrons in L – Shell = 4

        And its proper electronic configuration comes out to be 1s22s22p2

        Sodium: Its atomic number is 11

        If we the shell-wise electronic distribution then its 11 electrons are divided as the following

        Electrons in K – Shell = 2

        Electrons in L – Shell = 8

        Electrons in M – Shell = 1

        And the electronic configuration comes out to be 1s22s22p63s1

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