How Many Neutrons Does Silver Have?

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The element silver is represented by the chemical formula Ag. It has 5 energy levels. There are 61 neutrons in Silver. The number of protons/electrons is equal to 47.
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In its most abundant isotope, silver has 61 neutrons.
To calculate the number of neutrons in an isotope of any element, use the formula Mass Number - Atomic Number = Number of Neutrons.
The transition metal, silver, was discovered long ago and has been in use since ancient times. Silver has 47 protons, 47 electrons and 61 neutrons. The symbol for silver on the periodic table is Ag.
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An atom of silver usually has 60 or so neutrons depending upon the state of the silver. An elements neutrons equals its Mass Number minus its Atomic Number.
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Since Silver's atomic mass is 108 and it's atomic number is 47, the number of neurons is 108-47=61 neutrons in an atom of silver.
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The Structure of atom: Protons: ( positive charge particles. Neutrons: (0) neutral charge particles. Electrons: ( negative charge particles. Atomic # = # of protons. Mass # = atomic
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