How Many Protons Does Aluminum Have?

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Aluminum has 13 protons. Aluminum also has 13 electrons. By having the protons and the electrons balanced it make the elements of the aluminum unable to be electrically charged.
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Aluminum
The atomic number of aluminum is 13
The atomic number is represented as Z, and stands for the number of protons found in the nucleus of an atom.
The metal, aluminum, represented by the symbol Al on the periodic table, has the atomic number 13. It has 13 protons/electrons and 14 neutrons.
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