well, the isotope number of the atom doesnt matter, as long is it doesnt decay, as it only specifies the number of neutrons which doesn't have a strong affect on the stable number of electrons. Typically, free atoms are stable when they have a netral net charge, Though, if excited with EM waves, the electrons will want to increase in energy, and eventually leave the atom.
For any atom, the number of electrons is simply the atomic number, which for zinc is 30.
though, when zinc is in close proximity to itself or other metals, it bonds metallically, and looses its electrons to have a full p orbital, meaning that the only number of electrons actuall in the atom is 18
when in ionic bond it looses two electrons, and then only has 28 electrons
how many electrons does selenium have
10 electronsElectrons: 2,8 = 10 electrons
There are as many electrons as there are protons.
The amount of electrons in mercury is (80)electrons.
4 electrons, 2 valence electrons
How many valence electrons are there in NO3-?
HOW MANY ELECTRONS DOES COPPER HAVE
There are 88 electrons
The answer is 16 electrons.
there is 15 electrons
The Magnesium atom will lose 2 of its electrons to become a Magnesium ion with 10 electrons. (Mg2+) How many electrons does a magnesium ion have? How many electrons does a fluoride ion have? How many electrons does a fluoride ion have?
there are 17 electrons in chlorine. and 7 of them are valence electrons.
Strontium has 38 electrons. (Protons and electrons are the same)