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Atomic number

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In chemistry and physics, the atomic number of a chemical element is the number of protons ... The atomic number, Z, should not be confused with the mass number, A, ... of elements creates an orderi...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Atomic number and mass number

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The atomic number of an atom is the number of protons it contains. ... Note that you can work out the number of neutrons from the mass number and atomic ...

Questions and Answers - How do I find the number of protons ...

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To find the number of protons, electrons and neutrons in an atom, just follow ... If it makes things easier, you can select your element from an alphabetical listing. ... Adding or removing electrons from an atom does not change which element it is ...

Atomic number, atomic mass, and isotopes | Elements and atoms ...

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If you want to calculate how many neutrons an atom has, you can simply subtract the ... Radioactive decay can cause a change in the number of protons in the ... the object, the fraction of the isotope that has not yet decayed can be determined.

The Atom - Washington University in St. Louis

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The radius of the atom in this cartoon is not drawn to scale-- the radius of the atom ... You can see that if you only have the atomic number for an element, you can use ... you can easily tell how many protons are in the nucleus of an atom of that ...

Atoms and Elements

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If you were somehow able to change the proton number of this atom to 7, even if everything ... It is NOT always the same as the number of protons and electrons. ... Because we can find the number of protons and the atomic mass of an atom by  ...

Chemical Elements.com - Help

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This atomic number is also the number of protons in the atom. ... Therefore, when you compute the percentages of the isotopes of H in any container, you find that the ... Even though water is not an element, I will be using it in this example.

Chem4Kids.com: Atoms: Neutrons

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Different numbers of neutrons in the nucleus can create isotopes ... So, if an atom has equal numbers of electrons and protons, the charges cancel each ... You could add a thousand neutrons into the mix and the charge would not change.

Chem4Kids.com: Atoms: Isotopes

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Isotopes are atoms of elements with different numbers of neutrons We have ... As you learn more about chemistry, you will probably hear about carbon-14. ... If we look at the C-14 atom one more time, we find that C-14 does not last forever.

a simple view of atomic structure - Chemguide

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This page revises the simple ideas about atomic structure that you will have come ... version your examiners are going to expect, and they probably won't tell you in the syllabus. ... No of protons + no of neutrons = MASS NUMBER of the atom ... the Periodic Table for the main groups (i.e. not including the transition elements).

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Atomic Number and Mass Number - NDE/NDT Resource Center

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After reading this section you will be able to do the following: ... The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom determines an element's atomic number.

Atomic Number and Mass Number - Boundless

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Given an atomic number (Z) and mass number (A), you can find the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in a neutral atom. For example, a lithium atom ...

How to Find the Number of Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons

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The atomic number will tell you how many protons make up a single atom of an ... a negative or positive ion, then the protons and electrons will not be the same.