Gold or Au
Chlorine, with the atomic number 17 has one less proton than argon, with the atomic number 18
This chemical element is carbon.
an electron has way less mass than a proton.
Nitrogen atoms have 7 protons in their nuclei. You can know this because the atomic number of nitrogen is 7, and the atomic number is the number of protons. So the element that has one less proton than nitrogen in the nuclei of its atoms is carbon, which is atomic number 6, so it has 6 protons in the nuclei of its atoms.
Be is in the s block too. Li has one less proton than Be.
Hydrogen has one proton and one electron. Any less than that and you don't have an atom anymore.
Platinum(Pt) has 78 protons. Gold(Au) has 79 protons
A proton (or anti-proton).
Carbon is the element in the same family as lead with atomic number less than sodium.
In an element: yes Ions vary, like Ca+2 has two less electrons than protons.
the mass of an electron is actually about 1800 times lessthan a proton.
The mass of an electron is about 1822 times less than that of a proton.
An electron weighs much less than a proton or neutron A proton or neutron weights about 1,800 times as much as an electron.
Carbon forms more compounds than any other element.
Mass of electron is about 1837 times less than the mass of proton
The mass of the proton is 1.7 yoctograms.The electron is about 1960 times less massive than the proton therefore the electron is 1153 times less massive ("smaller") than a yoctogram.
Proton has more weight. The weight of proton is 1 amu and the mass of electron is about1837 times less than the mass of proton.
You mean; " which sub atomic particle is almost 2000 times smaller than a proton? "An electron=========