How Many Electrons Does Bromine Have?


Bromine is in the family of elements called halogens. The atomic number for bromine is 35, so it has 35 electrons. The atomic mass of bromine is 79.90.
1 Additional Answer
Bromine has 35 electrons. Since it is a neutral atom, the number of electrons equals the number of protons meaning it also has 35 electrons.
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