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The ion K+ is formed by which process A) loss of an electron by K B) gain of proton by K C) loss of a proton?

The ion K+ is formed by which process

A) loss of an electron by K

B) gain of proton by K

C) loss of a proton by K

D) gain of an electron by K

E) none of the above

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    It is impossible for an atom to gain or lose a proton naturally. K+ is positive, which means that it lost one negative charge (electron).

  • 6 years ago

    A) loss of an electron by K

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