Since Boron's atomic number is 5, it has 5 protons and 5 electrons. The standard boron atom has 6 neutrons in it.
Boron is an atom or element, and it contains protons, electrons, and neutrons.
Boron has 5 protons and electrons. Boron-11 would be the isotope that has 6 neutrons.
Boron 10: 5 protons, 5 neutrons, 5 electrons Boron 11: 5 protons, 6 neutrons, 5 electrons
5 protons 8 neutrons try it
In a single Boron atom there are 5 protons, 5 electrons and 6 neutrons.
5 protons and electrons and 6 neutrons
The isotope boron-11 has 5 protons and 6 neutrons, but also 5 electrons not 8.
It should be Boron, but the neutrons in it can vary. However, the electrons and protons in an element are always constant.
5 Protons,6 Electrons,5 Neutrons
Boron has 5 protons and electrons and 6 neutrons. The symbol for Boron is B and its atomic number is 5.
Five protons makes this the element boron. The number of protons is the atomic number, and determines the identity of an element. This example would be the boron-12 isotope because it contains 5 protons and 7 neutrons.
Any atom with 5 protons is Boron, and a neutral (no net electrical charge) boron atom will also have 5 electrons. A Boron atom with 4 neutrons is Boron-9, a highly unstable isotope.
I think that's B, the symbol for the element boron. Boron has 5 protons and 5 electrons. The most common isotope has 6 neutrons. The other main isotope has only 5 neutrons.
Boron has 5 protons and 5 electrons Boron has two stable isotopes, one with 5 neutrons and 6 neutrons.
It is the boron element. It contains similar numbers of electrons and protons.
5 protons and 6 electrons
Protons=5 neutrons=6 electrons=5
Boron has 5 neutrons and 5 protons for its most common isotope
Any atom with 5 protons is boron, regardless of the number of neutrons. This would specifically be the isotope boron-11.
Boron is an element. No materials are found in it. Unless you count protons neutrons and electrons, but they aren't really materials.
5 protons and 5 electrons
Boron Boron BoronBoron's atomic number is 5, meaning 5 protons and 5 electrons.Boron's Relative Atomic Mass is approximately 10.8To find neutrons, you subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass.10.8 - 5 = 5.8 (or 5)Boron has 5 protons, 5 electrons and 5.8 neutrons
Boron has 5 protons and electrons
That seems to be an invalid notation. The subscript refers to the number of protons (5=Boron), but 'C' refers to the element (Carbon). Ignoring the 'C', Protons: 5 (Boron) Neutrons: 13-5= 8 Neutrons Electrons: 4+5= 9 Electrons
There are two isotopes of boron: boron-10 and boron-11 Both have 5 protons and 5 electrons per atomBoron-10 has 5 neutrons and boron-11 has 6 neutronsOverall this gives an atomic weight of 10.8 gmol-1