An atom that has two protons is?
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Yes, they're the same element, if that is the point of the question. The number of protons (and only that) determines what element the atom will be. Neutron and electron numbers can vary without changing the identity of the element.
The two atoms are isotopes of each other, but isotopes of the same element always have the same atomic number .
Helium atom has an atomic mass of 4 you and two protons in its nucleus how many neutrons does it have?
Number of neutrons = Mass number - Number of protons = 4 - 2 = 2 neutrons
If two protons and two neutrons are removed from the nucleus of an oxygen atom a nucleus of which element remains?
Oxygen has the atomic number 8, so it has 8 protons. Almost all oxygen has 8 neutrons, for an atomic mass number of 16. If you remove 2 of each, you now have an atomic number of 6 and a mass number of 12 (6 protons, 6 neutrons). If you look up element 6 on a period table, you will find the element …carbon has an atomic number of 6 and a mass number of 12 in its most abundant form. (MORE)
Since Carbon dioxide is CO 2 then there are two oxygens and one carbon, the number of protons in CO 2 is 16 + 6 (atomic number of carbon) = 22. It has 22 protons.
In the nucleus of the atom there are two things: protons and neutrons. Protons have a positive charge and neutrons no charge. Protons are subatomic particles found in the central unit on an atom: the nucleus. It's positively charged.
Protons are found in the Nucleus of the Atom. In fact the Nucleus of an Atom can only be made up of Protons and Neutrons. The Electrons in the Atom just orbit the Nucleus. Actually most of the Atom is just empty space in terms of volume of the Electron(s) and the Nuleus. This should answer the Quest…ion. (MORE)
If two protons and two neutrons are removed from the nucleus of a uranium atom what element remains?
If two protons and two neutrons are removed from a uranium nucleus, the new element is thorium . The isotope cannot be determined because the identity of the uranium isotope was not given.
It constitutes approximately half of the mass and all of the positive charge which attracts electrons to it.
an atom with a neutral charge must have the same number of protons as electrons. (think of a proton as having a +1 charge and an electron having a -1 charge. in order for the atom to be neutral, the positive charges must balance with the negative charges) If the atom has 1 proton and 2 electrons, th…en the overall charge is -1 (MORE)
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\nDo you mean "Why is the number of protons in an atom called the atoms atomic number?"\n. \nThe defining characteristic of an atom is the number of protons in its nucleus. Hydrogen has one proton. All atoms of hydrogen have one proton. Helium has two protons. If you add a proton to a hydrogen nucl…eus you get a helium nucleus. Since the number of protons defines what element the atom is, it is the defining characteristic. (MORE)
The only atom that contains one proton is the hydrogen atom, also called protium. It is neutrally charged with a single proton at its nucleus, and a single electron orbiting.. It is possible that you are asking about the isotope of hydrogen called tritium . Tritium is a radioactive isotope of hydr…ogen that contains a single proton and two neutrons. (MORE)
Let's see, 1 hydrogen, 2 helium, 3 lithium, 4 beryllium, 5 boron, 6 carbon, 7 nitrogen, 8 oxygen. Eight protons in one atom of oxygen. Oxygen is diatomic, so there would be 16 protons in a typical oxygen "molecule."
It is helium, specifically the helium-4 isotope, that is composed of two protons and two neutrons.
None of the elements of the periodic table have the same number of protons.. All elements have their own unique atomic (proton) number which defines how many protons that element has in its atoms.. Just a note that the atomic number is also called the proton number. To know which number is which t…he atomic number is always smaller.. The Atomic number gives both the proton and electrion number as these most be the same due to the charges for it to be an atom. (MORE)
No, they will not be considered isotopes since isotopes are atoms of same element (therefore, have same number of protons). However, the types of atoms which have same atomic mass number but different no. of protons, they are called isobars. Eg:- Calcium and Argon .
Germanium has thirty two protons. If two were removed, the atom would have thirty protons, making it Zinc.
The atom in a normal state would have two protons to match the two electrons, making the overall charge zero. If the atom is an ion, it would have an mismatched number of protons and electrons, giving it a positive or negative overall charge.
Atom x has 8 protons 8 neutrons in the nucleus two electrons in the first shell and eight electrons in the next shell this atom is?
The nucleus shows that it is oxygen (O2) but the electrons don't add up properly; there should be eight, not ten.
The change of a neutron in the nucleus of an atom into a proton and an electron is beta minus decay . In this form of radioactive decay, the weak interaction (weak force) mediates the transformation of a neutron into a proton, and an electron and an antineutrio. The later two are ejected from the n…ucleus immediately. If this happens, the uranium atom has now undergone nuclear transformation, and it has changed from uranium ( 92 U) to plutonium ( 94 P). Links can be found below for more information. (MORE)
\nAn atom's number of protons determines what element it is, so if two atoms have different numbers of protons they are two different elements. \nHowever, there can be an atom of an element with the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons; this is called an isotope.
Bromine has 35 protons and 35 electrons (if it is neutral). Rubidium has 37 protons and 37 electrons (if it is neutral as well). The atomic number is equivalent to the number of protons in an atom. You can easily solve this problem by looking at your periodic table, finding Bromine (Br) and then …moving 2 atoms along the chart. There you will find Rubidium. (MORE)
An atom contains 8 protons and 8 neutrons in the nucleus there are two electrons in the first shell and 8 in the next this atom is?
Your information is inconsistant: Either this is a normal O16 with only 6 electrons in the outer shell, or this is a negative oxygen ion. Go with choice #1.. this guy must have missed the 2 electrons in the first shell, it can't be a normal O16 atom because there are more electrons than protons, so… it is a negative ion (MORE)
How many protons and neutrons does a silicon atom have and where are these two types of subatomic particles located?
Silicon has 14 protons and 14, 15 or 16 neutrons in the stable isotopes found in nature. These are located inside the nucleus.
We don't find an atom with only two protons in its nucleus. Only the atom of hydrogen-1 has no neutrons. But there is something about a proton pair we might want to consider. In stars, we find two protons fused in what is called a proton-proton chain reaction, but one proton immediately undergoes… beta minus decay and becomes a neutron. We'll then see a hydrogen-2 nucleus (a proton and a neutron) in the place of the two protons. This isotope of hydrogen will undergo further fusion reactions in stellar nucleosynthesis. (MORE)
If two protons and two neutrons are removed from the nucleus of an oxygen 16 atom a nucleus of which element remains?
(8O16)Oxygen contains:-Protons8 Neutrons8 Electrons8 If 2 protons and 2 neutrons are removed, we get:- Protons6 Neutrons6 Electrons8 (6C12)Carbon in the form of==> C(2-) this is called carbide radicle. But usually by beta emission Carbon is formed. 6C12(2-)--------->6C12 + 2e
The atoms having 2 protons only in nucleus is not stable but 2 protons with 2 neutron in Helium nucleus are very stable.
It would by definition be Helium (atom number = number of p rotons = 2) but the nucleus of the stable isotope 4 He also contains 2 n eutrons (the mass number = total number of p 's and n 's = 4)
A cation is a positive ion. To get 2 positive charges the atomwould need to lose 2 electrons. As its configuration is 2,8,2, thisis what it is likely to do when it reacts as the resulting ion hasan inert gas structure.
What is a positively charged atom that is released inthe disintegration o fradioactive elecments and that consists of two protons and two neutrons?
It's not an atom, only the nucleus of an atom. It is the nucleus of helium 4 and it is usually called an alpha particle.
If two atoms have the same number of protons but different numbers of neutrons they well have the same what?
The will have the same atomic number and therefore will be the same element. Since they have a different number of neutrons, they are isotope of one another.
No protons and neutrons cannot be shared by two atoms, because they are in the nucleus where no interactions occur. Interatomic forces only happen between electrons of different atoms
Two atoms with the same number of protons but different numbers of neutrons are called "isotopes".
11. The atomic number of any atom equals the number of protons in the atom.
If two atoms have the same number of protons but different number of neutrons they will have the same?
They will have the same atomic number and therefore will be the same element. Since they have a different number of neutrons, they are isotope of one another.
Atoms are electrically neutral by definition, and electrons and protons have an equal but opposite electrical charge. So you can't come up with a combination of electrons and protons for an atom where the number of electrons and protons are unequal. However, an atom can lose electrons, but it is the…n no longer called an atom but rather an ion. (MORE)
Divalent cation, eg= Ca 2+ , Pb 2+ , Fe 2+ , Cu 2+ , etc.
What kind of radioactive decay occurs when two protons and two neutrons are removed from the nucleus of an oxygen atom?
It's called alpha-decay. The two protons and two neutrons are removed in the form of alpha particles, or helium nuclei.
A stable, positively charged subatomic particle in the baryon family having a mass 1,836 times that of the electron. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/proton#ixzz1g0KOFTeH .
they are the same element because an element has an atomic number through its number of protons so if there was an element with 2 protons it would be number 2 in the periodic table which is helium, if another element has 2 protons it should be helium still, if it wasn't modified in anyway
If they're in the same group (vertical column) on the periodic table, then they will have the same charge. It's based on how many valence electrons they have. The periodic table is organized this way to make it easy to predict things like reactivity.
It is possible only via nuclear reaction and generally requires extreme conditions such as high temperature
When two atoms have the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons what are these atoms?
Atoms that have the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons are called isotopes.
An atom is composed of protons and electrons which is similar to the atomic number, and neutrons (every other atom except hydrogen-1 isotope).
16 The atomic number of an element is always the same as the number ofprotons in an atom of the element.
The atomic number is the number of protons, so in this case it is2, which is Helium. The charge or ionization of the atom is thedifference between the number of protons and the number ofelectrons; in this case, they are the same, so the atom is neutral(not ionized). The atomic mass number is the sum… of the protons andneutrons, so in this case 4. Thus, you have a non-ionized atom of Helium-4. (MORE)
Well seeing as how neutral atom is meaning neither a positive or a negative charge and a proton is positively charged an electron is negatively charged If you had 2 electrons the balance would kinda be disrupted wouldn't it? Because then your nuetral atom would in fact be negative.
Absolutely not. Magnesium is magnesium, whether it's an ion or not. So it must have 12 protons. The number of electrons, however, is different. Neutral (non-ionic) magnesium has 12 electrons; the magnesium ion (Mg +2 ) has 10 electrons, which means it is isoelectronic with neon.
The charge of an atom depends on the number of protons and thenumber of electrons. If the number of protons and electrons is thesame, which is generally regarded as the normal state, then theatom will be neutral with no charge. If there is a difference inthe number, then the charge will be equal to …the number of protonsminus the number of electrons. As an example, both sodium and potassium will commonly lose oneelectron to form an ion with a +1 charge. A neutral sodium atom has11 protons and 11 electrons while potassium will have 19 of thesame. Sodium loses an electron leaving it with 10 electrons.11-10=1. Potassium loses an electron, leaving it with 18 electrons. 19-18=1. (MORE)