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Which has a greater atomic mass,flurine

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Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 10.81.


Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 10.81.


Carbon (12) has a higher atomic mass than lithium (7).


Florine has a greater Atomic Weight because Carbon has a Atomic Weight of 12 amu (atomic mass units) while Florine has a Atomic Weight of 19.


Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 10.811.


Boron is a metal element. Atomic mass of it is 11.



nickel has a mass of 58.69 while carbon has a mass of 12.0107


Atomic mass number of boron(B) - 11


Boron-11 has atoic mass 11.009305 a.m.u. Carbon-11 has atoic mass 11.011433 a.m.u.


Atomic Number = 5 Atomic Mass = 10.811


Boron - B - Group IIIThe atomic number is 5.The mass number is 11.


Every isotope of every element has a different atomic mass. There is no reason for boron to be an exception.


Atomic weight of carbon: [12,0096; 12,0116]. Atomic weight of chlorine: [35,446; 35,457]. The molar mass of chlorine is greater; rounded 35,45 g/mol.


Carbon has atomic number 6; and boron, 5. So although both isotopes of different elements have the same mass number, carbon-11 will have 5 neutrons while boron-11 have 6 neutrons. However their relative isotopic mass is the same.


Boron is a metal element. Atomic mass of it is 11.


The closest to 11 is Boron with an Atomic mass of 10.881


Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 10.81.


Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 11.


atomic mass of carbon=12 atomic number of carbon=6


Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass number of it is 11.


Carbon - Atomic Mass: 12.0107


Boron has a larger atomic radius but a smaller atomic mass.


The atomic mass of Boron (B) is 11 but to be more accurate, the atomic mass is 10.81.


8 the atomic number is 5



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