What are the total amount of electrons for fluorine?
The total number of electrons in a neutral fluorine atom is 9, which is the atomic number of fluorine.
Because in nuclear science, the F bomb is the best bomb you can drop. The Fluorine atom is larger than the Hydrogen atom because of the amount of electrons. Electrons are negatively charged, and thus, repel each other. This repulsion between electrons increases the distance between the electrons of the fluorine atom. Fluorine has 9 electrons, while Hydrogen only has two. Because Fluorine has more, it experiences more repulsion, and thus, is larger.