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Complete the table pertaining to the following elements given in Column I.

Column I Elements Atomic Number Electronic Configuration Underline the element present in that group
1. Hydrogen 1 ______ Be/Na/Ca
2. Carbon 6 ______, ______ N/P/Si
3. Nitrogen 7 _______, ______ C/P/S
4. Oxygen 8 _______, ______ N/S/Cl
5. Sulphur 16 _____, ______, _______ O/N/F
6. Chlorine 17 _____, ______, ______ I/O/S
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Column I Elements Electronic Configuration Element
1. Hydrogen 1 Na
2. Carbon 2, 4 Si
3. Nitrogen 2, 5 P
4. Oxygen 2, 6 S
5. Sulphur 2, 8, 6 O
6. Chlorine 2, 8, 7 I
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