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Carbon has electrons in its outermost shell.

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six
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four
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two
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Solution

The correct option is B four
Carbon is an element with atomic number 6. This is because it has six protons and six electrons in its atom. The electronic configuration of carbon is 2,4. Hence, it has four electrons in its outermost shell.

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