H+ ion referred to as a proton
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The hydrogen ion is represented by the H+ ion and it is also known as a proton.
Diagram of Proton:
Formation of H+ ion:
How H+ ion is formed?
Hydrogen belongs to group 1 of the periodic table. Hydrogen has one electron, one proton and no neutron.
When the hydrogen atom loses its one electron from the valence (outermost) shell results in the formation of a hydrogen(H+) ion.
The hydrogen ion is also called a proton because it has only one proton inside the nucleus of an atom .H+ ion does not contain electrons or neutrons.
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Is H+ ion electron deficient?
H+ ion is the electron-deficient species having no electrons (vacant shell) therefore it needs two electrons to complete its valence shell(duplet) and becomes stable.
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