The number of valence electrons in a sulphide ion, S2–, is :
Atomic number of a sulphur atom S is 16. It has 6 electrons in its outermost orbit. After gaining 2 electrons it becomes S2−. So, now the outermost orbit will have 8 electrons.
Concept: Valency and Its Types
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