﻿ What trend do you observe in electronegativity on the periodic table? A. Increase from left to right B. Increases from top to bottom C. Increases in all directions out from the element Fluorine - AssignmentGrade.com

What trend do you observe in electronegativity on the periodic table? A. Increase from left to right B. Increases from top to bottom C. Increases in all directions out from the element Fluorine

QUESTION POSTED AT 16/04/2020 - 06:39 PM

A . Increase from left to right

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