Which Element Has the Most Protons?


The number of protons of a element is equal to its atomic number. Since Nobelium has the greatest atomic number of 102, it has also the most number of protons, which is 102 protons.
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The element which has the most protons is Radon with 86. It is one of the noble gases. It was first discovered by Friedrich Ernst Dorn and was first isolated by William Ramsay.
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