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No. Sulfur has an atomic number of 16 and Argon has an atomic number of 18

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Q: Do sulfur and argon have the same atomic number?
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Do sulfur-36 and argon-36 have the same atomic number?

No, they have the same atomic mass, which is the number of protons plus the number of neutrons. No two elements have the same atomic number.


All the atoms of argon have the same?

Atomic Number. :)


What is the number of protons in Argon gas?

The same as its atomic number (18)


Do all of atoms of argon have same atomic number?

Yes


Do all atoms of argon have the same atomic number?

Yes


What has the same atomic number and atomic weight - nitrogen helium hydrogen argon?

hydrogen


How many electrons are in neutral sulfur atom?

16, the same as the atomic number of sulfur.


What do isotopes allotropes and isomers have in common?

They are all forms of a given chemical element. Example for sulfur: - S6, S7, S7, S7, S12, S18, etc. are allotropes of sulfur; but the atomic number (number of protons and electrons) of the sulfur atoms is the same. - sulfur has natural or artificial isotopes; but the atomic number (number of protons and electrons) of the sulfur isotopes is the same. - an isomer is 43mS; but the atomic number (number of protons and electrons) of this sulfur isomer atoms is the same as for other isotopes.


What is he element is found in the same period as sulfur and argon and that is more reactive than sulfur and argon?

Chlorine


Number of electrons in argon?

In any neutral atom, the number of electrons is the same as the number of protons, and that is defined as the atomic number of the atom. The atomic number of argon is 18; therefore, each atom contains 18 electrons.


What same elements have the same atomic number?

though your question is unclear, each element has its own atomic number. every sample of Sulfur (S) that exists has the atomic number of 16. No different elements share the same atomic number.


What is the atomic number of S-2?

The atomic number of sulfur is 16 The number of protons is the same as the atomic number. The S-2 gains 2 electrons so it changes from 16 to 18. The atomic mass is 32. The atomic mass number minus the number of protons will give you 16 which is the number of neutrons. :)