Why is fluorine the most electronegative element?

The capacity of an element to establish chemical bonds by attracting an electron is measured by electronegativity. The capacity of an atom to attract the shared pair of electrons of a covalent bond to itself is measured by electronegativity, and the shared electrons will be evenly shared. Because of its tremendous capacity to attract a shared pair of electrons, fluorine is the most electronegative element. Fluorine’s electrical structure indicates that it has 5 electrons in its shell and 6 electrons in its 2p orbital. The electrical configuration of fluorine is quite near to that of the ideal. It demonstrates fluorine’s great capacity to attract electrons and establish a perfect electrical arrangement. The capacity of an element to establish chemical bonds by attracting an electron is measured by electronegativity.

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