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ConceptPosition of Elements and Trends in the Modern Periodic Table  

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Taking the example of an element of atomic number 16, explain how the electronic configuration of the atom of an element relates to its position in the modern periodic table and how valency of an element is calculated on the basis of its atomic number.

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