Gas with 48 neutrons?
Cadmium has an atomic number of 48, therefore it has 48 protons in the nucleus and 48 electrons in the neutral atom. There are a number of isotopes (list from wikipedia article Cadmium) 106Cd 58 neutrons 108Cd 60 neutrons 111Cd 63 neutrons 112Cd 64 neutrons 113Cd 65 neutrons 114Cd 66 neutrons 116Cd 68 neutrons
Zr has a number of Isotopes. It always has 40 protons and 40 electrons but the number of Neutrons varies depending on the isotope thus:- 88Zr unstable (48 neutrons) 89Zr unstable (49 neutrons) 90Zr stable (50 neutrons) 91Zr stable (51 neutrons) 92Zr stable (52 neutrons) 93Zr unstable (53 neutrons) 96Zr unstable (56 neutrons)
The element (or particular atom) with 48 protons 48 electrons in it, is always with the atom number 48 (same as proton number). So it is Cadmium, symbol Cd, belonging to group 12, period 5 (d-block transition metals) in the periodic table. If it has 66 neutrons one should look after one of the possible isotopes mass number 114, because 66 neutrons + 48 protons = 114 mass number. So this is the one to…
Titanium is a chemical element with the symbol Ti and atomic number 22. There are different isotopes of Titanium with corresponding different number of neutrons. There are: Ti-44 ; having 22 neutrons Ti-46; having 24 neutrons Ti-47; having 25 neutrons Ti-48; having 26 neutrons Ti-49; having 27 neutrons Ti-50; having 28 neutrons