Chromium atom structure, electron microscopy images,chromite electron configuration and electron micrographs,electromagnetic properties

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.