It should be Boron, but the neutrons in it can vary. However, the electrons and protons in an element are always constant.
Silver is the 47th element on the periodic table. It is located in period 5 and group 11 in the periodic table.
Boron is the element at number 5 of the periodic table of the elements.
Boron is element #5 in the periodic table.
Boron, which is element no. 5.
group 15 on the periodic table(Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Arsenic, Antimony, Bismuth)
Boron (B) has 5 protons.
Element with atomic number 15 on the Periodic Table is Phosphorus (P). It has 15 electrons. It has 5 electrons in it's outer shell.
Atomic number 5: boron (B)
Boron, B, with an atomic number of 5.
Ag Elements with atomic numbers between 39 and 48.
beryllium is in group 2 and nitrogen is in group 5
There is no element that has 5 protons 5 neutrons and 5 electrons.
This element is the noble gas xenon (Xe) with 54 protons.
The element with chemical symbol Sn in the Periodic Table is Tin. Tin (Sn) has 50 electrons in 5 electron shells. It is a Group 14(4) element and so, is part of the Carbon family.
Using the periodic table you are able to determine the number of protons, electrons, and neutrons for any of the elements identified to this date. Knowing an element's name or symbol, look up the element in the table. For example lets look up Boron! Boron's chemical symbol is B, and from the periodic table its atomic number is 5. The atomic number of an element reveals the number of protons and also the number of electrons the element has as a single isolated atom. Although, the element may not exist freely as an isolated single atom in nature. So, Boron has 5 protons and 5 electrons. The number of neutrons an element may have can vary, and this is what differentiates stable and unstable isotopes of many elements. Boron has a molar mass of 10.811, and is listed with two stable isotopes: 10B and 11B. Subtracting the atomic number from the isotope number gives the number of neutrons boron is found with. The 10B isotope has 5 neutrons, and the 11B isotope has 6 neutrons. Since the molar mass is 10.811, we can tell that the 11B isotope is more abundant than the 10B isotope. If the distribution was equal then the molar mass would be 10.5.
It is number 47, located in period 5, group 11.
Group 4 Period 5 d block element
Isotopes of one particular element (atom) only differ in mass and stability (decay), not in chemical properties.
Boron is one of the basic elements, and can be found on the Periodic Table. Most borons are made of 5 protons, 6 neutrons, and 5 electrons.
Yttrium, assuming that the questioner's "Group" means "column".
if the five is above it, then it means 5 atoms and the Ca is the element calcium.
Thallium is in the group 5 and lead in the group 6 of the periodic table.
Silver is in the period 5 and group 11 of the periodic table.
Dubnium is an artificial chemical element, metal, solid, radioactive, placed in period 7 and group 5 of the periodic table of Mendeleev.
Arsenic will form a -3 Anion.