How Do You Find the Atomic Number?


The atomic number of an atom is equal to the number of protons that an atom has in its nucleus. If you are looking for the atomic number on the periodic table, then it is the whole number located on the top of the box for each element.
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How to Find the Atomic Number
Thanks to tools like the periodic table, finding information about chemical elements is relatively simple. You might find a couple things confusing, however. First, while the periodic table is useful for chemists, first-time users may have to do a little... More »
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