how do you find the atomic number for an element?
Atomic mass minus Atomic number.
The periodic table organises atoms according to their atomic number. You need to look at the periodic table. Oxygen is element number 8, therefore, its atomic number is 8
number of neutrons = mass number - atomic number
Atomic number is the number of protons in an atom, not the number of atoms. The element with the atomic number 15 is phosphorus.
There are a couple of ways you can find the atomic number of an atom. Firstly, it is the order of elements, you can see this when referring to a Table of Elements. Secondly, the atomic number is equal to the number of protons in the atoms nucleus.
Yes, by definition, atoms with the same atomic number are atoms of the same element.
An atoms atomic number is equal to the number of protons in it's nucleus.
the number of protons in each atom
The atomic number is equal to the number of protons.
Atoms differ in atomic number. The atomic number = the # of protons in the atom.
the atomic number does not equal the number of atoms. the number of atoms is stated in the equation like: H2+O=H2O2 hydrogen atoms 1 oxygen atom the number says all.The atomic number tells the number of protons.
All atoms of the same element are defined to have the same atomic number. Isotopes are atoms of the same element AND atomic number but different number of NEUTRONS.
atomic number = number of protons
An element's atomic number is the number of protons in the nuclei of its atoms.
All atoms have an appropriate atomic number. An atomic number can be determined by counting how many protons are inside of the atoms' nucleus.
the number of protons in an atoms nucleus is called atomic number
We can find atomic mass and mass number in chemical elements. Atomic mass is about weight of the atom. Mass number is about total of neutrons and protons.
The number of protons in the atomic nucleus is equal to atomic number.
No. The atomic number ( number of atoms) for oxygen is 8. The atomic number for NE (neon) is 10. :)
Atomic number is the number of protons in the atomic nuclei of the atoms of an element.
If by its identity you mean its atomic number, no. Neutrons only count towards the Atomic Mass Number, or AMU.
If you mean "how does one determine an atoms atomic mass?", then the answer would be to find a periodic table of elements where the whole numbers indicate atomic number and the other indicating atomic mass. Atomic number is generally described as the number of protons in a naturally occurring atom of a given element, and the atomic mass is the number of protons + number of neutrons in an atom.
The atomic number is identical to the number of electrons in neutral atoms.
Atoms with the same atomic number are all atoms of the same element. However, if the atoms have different molecular weights, they are isotopes of the same element.