What Is the Atomic Mass of Nitrogen?

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If you where to look at the periodic table you would find that Nitrogen is the symbol N with the number 7 and has the bass of 14.0067. This is a colorless gas.
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The atomic mass of Nitrogen is 14.0067 the atomic mass of nitrogen is 14.007, so if you round off you will get 14
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The atomic mass of nitrogen is 14.00674 amu, so 1 mole of nitrogen
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Molar Mass of Na = 22.99 g/mol. Molar Mass of Cl = 35.45 g/mol. Molar Mass of O = 16.00 g/mol. 22.99 + 35.45 + 16.00 = 74.44 g/mol (NaClO)
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Cesium has an atomic number of 55 and an atomic mass of 132.90546 atomic mass units. The element has 55 protons, 55 electrons and 78 neutrons. The electrons are arranged in six energy
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The relative atomic mass of Nitrogen is 14.0067 amu.
The relative atomic mass of an element in the periodic table is the average atomic mass of a given element's stable isotopes.
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