Chromium atoms are composed of atoms of iron and carbon, and have an electron spin of three electrons.
They have a characteristic magnetic field of one electron per atomic unit, and a spin of a third electron per atom.
Electrons in a chromium atom have an electrical charge of negative (-1) and a positive charge of one.
Electron micrograph of a chromite electron.source Google News article Chromite atoms are made up of an ion of chromium, with a charge of +1.
Electromagnetic electrons in a Chromite atom have a positive and negative charge.
Electronic components have the opposite magnetic and electrical properties.