How do protons increase on the periodic table?
they increase left to right
As the atomic masses of the elements in the periodic table increase what happens to the number of protons?
Atomic mass increases with the ordered placement of the element of the periodic table. Conveniently, the number of protons, nuetrons and electrons also increase with numbered order on the table. Every element is assigned a number. This number is equal to the number of protons, nuetrons and electrons. I believe it's the nuetrons that make up the mass of the element, but not sure!