What are the valence electrons of titanium?

Titanium has four valence electrons. The atomic number of titanium is 22 and belongs to the transition metal group.

Valence is the number of electrons an atom must lose or gain to attain the nearest noble gas or inert gas electronic configuration. Valence electrons are the s and p electrons in the outermost shell.


We know that

The atomic number  of Titanium is– 22
The electronic configuration – [Ar] 3d2 4s2

There are 4 Valence electrons in the outer shell of Titanium. Thus, the number of valence electrons in titanium are 4.

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