Oxygen has atomic number 8 and atomic number is a measure of the protons in the nucleus.
CO3 Carbon - 6 protons Oxygen - 8 protons 6 + (8*3) = 30 protons. Therefore carbonate ion has 30 protons.
Every atom, ion, and isotope will have 8 protons. The oxygen ion will have 2 more electrons than protons to achieve a full outer shell.
The hydroxide ion is OH-. There is one proton in a hydrogen atom and eight in an oxygen atom. Therefore, there are 9 protons in a hydroxide ion.
Consider an atom of oxygen in which the nucleus contains 8 protons and 8 neutrons. If it is doubly ionized, what is the charge of the oxygen ion and how many electrons remain in the ion?
8 protons, 10 electrons, valence 2
how many protons does the carbonate ion have?
If an oxygen atom has 8 protons what is needed to form a positively charged ion?
Eight protons in this ion.
Molecular formula for a carbonate ion: (CO3)-2 A carbonate ion has 30 protons (6 are from the carbon atom and 8*3 are from the three oxygen atoms) and 32 electrons.
There are 8 protons in an oxide ion.
This is oxygen(2+).
Any ion of potassium has 19 protons
There are 8 protons and 10 electrons in an oxide ion.
This appears to be the formula for the oxide ion. Since oxygen has 8 protons, and this ion has a 2- charge, it must have 10 electrons.
The number of protons present in an ion is equivalent to its atomic number.
Eight protons means it has to be oxygen so that would be an oxygen ion with a double negative charge
Oxygen has eight protons.
O2- ion has a total of 10 electrons.
An oxide ion has 8 protons and 10 electrons.
chlorine ion has 17 protons and 18 electrons.
There are three protons and two electrons in a lithium ion.
Gold will always have 79 protons regardless of whether or not it is an ion.
The sulfide ion has 16 protons and 18 electrons.
That would be an oxygen ion with a 1- charge or O-. This would be an unusual ion as oxygen normally forms the O2- ion, with 10 electrons.