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When a neutrally charged atom loses an electron to another atom, the result is the creation of two charged atoms. two negatively charged atoms. two positively charged atoms. two neutrally charged atoms.

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When a neutrally charged atom loses an electron to another atom, the result is the creation of two charged atoms, also known as ions. An ion is a type of atom or a molecule which doesn't have the same number of electrons and protons, as is the case here - there are more protons in the first atom, and more electrons in the second one.

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