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For any element, subtract the atomic mass from the atomic number.

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Boron has 5 electrons and protons; the number of neutrons is specific for each isotope. Number of neutrons in a boron isotope = Mass number - 5


Boron has 5 electrons and protons; the number of neutrons is specific for each isotope. Number of neutrons in a boron isotope = Mass number - 5


Boron has 5 electrons and protons; the number of neutrons is specific for each isotope. Number of neutrons in a boron isotope = Mass number - 5


Boron has 5 electrons and protons; the number of neutrons is specific for each isotope. Number of neutrons in a boron isotope = Mass number - 5


boron-10 the most common isotope of boron, has 5 protons and 5 neutrons. The less common boron-11 has the same number of protons and 6 neutrons.


Boron is atomic number 5, so Boron 11 will have 11-5 = 6 neutrons.


All isotopes of the same element will have the same number of protons. Two particles with different numbers of protons will inevitably be different elements. The atomic number of boron is 5, meaning there are 5 protons in all isotopes of boron. The "11" in "Boron-11" is the mass number, which is the sum of the number of protons and neutrons. So if we add the number of protons (5) with the number of neutrons (unknown), we get 11. The unknown number therefore has to be 6, meaning there are 6 neutronsin Boron-11.


Boron-11 is an isotope. The atomic number of Boron is 5 which means it has 5 protons, (if there were more or less protons the element wouldn't be boron). the isotope number (11) is the number of protons plus neutrons. to find out the number of neutrons you would take take the isotope and subtract it by number of protons (11-5) which yields 6. To find the isotope add the number of protons to the number of neutrons.


It has an atomic number of 5 and hence it has 6 neutrons.


Five. The Atomic Number of Boron is 5 so it has five protons and 5 electrons. The Mass number of Boron is 11. Mass minus atomic number = number of neutrons = 6. BORON:Electrons = 5 Protons = 5 Neutrons = 6


The number of protons in an element is its atomic number. Boron's atomic number is 5 - ergo, there are 5 protons. The number of neutrons in an element is the difference between the atomic mass and the atomic number of an element. boron's atomic mass is 11. Therefore, 11 - 5 = 6. There are 6 neutrons in boron. In conclusion, there are 6 neutrons and 5 protons in boron.


5 protons and 5.81 Neutrons. 10.81 is the Atomic Mass Unit and 5 is the Atomic Number of Boron.


Boron-11 has 5 protons and 6 neutrons. This is because each element has a specific number of protons in its atoms that never changes. Boron atoms always have 5 protons. And when the number of protons (5) is subtracted from the mass number (11), the result is the number of neutrons (6).


There are 5 neutrons in boron-10 and 6 neutrons in boron-11.


The mass of an atom is found by adding the number of the protons and neutrons. So, a boron atom with 5 protons and 6 neutrons would have an atomic mass of 11.


The nucleus of boron-11 contains 5 protons and 6 neutrons.


we can calculate the number of neutrons by deducting atomic number from atomic mass.


The atomic number for Boron is 5, which means it always will have 5 protons. B-11 has a mass number 11 so 11-5= 6 neutrons. Most elements have different isotopes which means they have varying numbers of neutrons. If the number of protons changes however, then it is a completely different element. Ex. Boron-11 5 protons 6 neutrons Boron-12 5 protons 7 neutrons Carbon-12 6 protons 6 neutrons Carbon-13 6 protons 7 neutrons


The number of neutrons in an element= mass number- atomic number


mass number of cobalt - atomic number = number of neutrons


Atomic Mass Number Of Boron.The Atomic Mass Number Of Boron Is 10.81 Its Atomic number is 5. It has 5 p neutrons , 6 neutrons and 5 electrons. Its valency is 3. it has 3 valence electrons.


Since Boron's atomic number is 5, it has 5 protons and 5 electrons. The standard boron atom has 6 neutrons in it.



Atomic number = Number of protonsMass number = Number of protons + Number of neutrons.


Boron is an atom or element, and it contains protons, electrons, and neutrons.



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