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A silicon isotope called silicon 35, with 35 neutrons instead of the regular 14.

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Atomic masses of any two elements contain the same number of?

Protons and neutrons


Can two elements contain the same total number of protons?

Two elements cannot contain the same total number of proton as protons define atoms as a certain element. They can, however, have a different number of neutrons.


Do isotopes of carbon contain the same number of neutrons?

Isotopes of all chemical elements contain a different number of neutrons; only the number of protons and electrons (in neutral atoms) is the same.


Do all elements have the same number of protons and neutrons?

No. Atomic mass - protons =neutrons


Elements with equal number of protons and neutrons are?

Carbon Number of Protons/Electrons: 6 Number of Neutrons: 6


Can two different elements contain the same number of protons or neutrons?

Two different will always have different numbers of protons as the number of protons defines which element an atom is. However, two isotopes of different elements can have the same number of neutrons. For example the isotope carbon-13 has 6 protons and 7 neutrons while nitrogen-14 has 7 protons and 7 neutrons.


How do protons and neutrons relate to an elements atomic number?

The atomic number is the same as the number of protons. It is unrelated to the number of neutrons.


What element is the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus?

All elements have neutrons and protons within the nucleus.


Do atoms have neutrons in them?

Atoms of all elements can have neutrons in them. Only the element hydrogen has an isotope whose atoms do not contain neutrons, but all other isotopes of hydrogen have neutrons in them. In the heavier elements the number of neutrons always exceeds the number of protons in the atom.


Is it true that the elements on the periodic table are arranged by the number of NEUTRONS?

No. The elements are not arranged by the umber of neutrons. They are arranged by the number of protons.


Which elements has more neutrons than protons?

Normally, for elements with atomic number more than 20, there are more neutrons than protons.


What is the name for the number of protons and neutrons in atoms and elements?

mass number


What element has 20 neutrons and is found in your teeth and bones?

Although the number of neutrons does not directly correspond to an element, it gives a hint. The number of protons (which does distinguish elements) is close to the number of neutrons. Because it has the atomic number 20 and is found in teeth, the answer to the riddle is calcium.Note: the element Calcium can contain between 20 and 28 neutrons. As is said above the number of neutrons in an atom does not uniquely identify that the element to which that atom belongs. Atoms of elements are characterized by the number of protons (and electrons) they contain - not neutrons.


In periodic table of elements it is the sum of the number of protons and neutrons of an atom.?

The sum of protons and neutrons is the atomic mass.


What are the number of protons electrons and neutrons in all elements?

2


Two elements with the same number of protons but different number of neutrons are called?

Atoms with the same number of protons but differing in their number of neutrons are called ISOTOPES.


Can 2 different elements have the same neutrons and protons?

Each chemical element has a different number of protons; the number of neutrons can be similar.


What is beryllium made of?

Beryllium - as all the other chemical elements - contain protons, electrons and neutrons (the number is variable for the each isotope of Be).


Lighter elements have more or less number of protons than neutrons?

Lighter elements tend to have neutrons equal to protonms or only a slight excess. Heavier elements have an excess of neutrons over protons


What addition of elements make up an atomic number of 33?

The atomic number 33 is for arsenic (As); the nucleus contain 33 protons and 42 neutrons.


What are elements with identical number for protons and different number of neutrons called?

Isotopes


Are the number of protons and neutrons the same?

It depends on the element in question. For some elements, like Helium, the number is the same, but many of the heavier elements have far more Neutrons them Protons/Electrons. The formula is: (Electrons = Atomic number) (Protons = Atomic number) (Neutrons = Atomic Mass - Atomic number)


What is the average number of protons and neutrons in the atom?

This question is inadequate; an average number of protons and neutrons has no sense. The number of protons in the known today chemical elements is between 1 and 118.


Why do atoms of the same element have the same mass number?

If the atoms of an element do have the same mass number, it is because the atoms contain equal numbers of protons and neutrons. For many elements, not all of the atoms contain the same number of neutrons, but all atoms of an element must have the same number of protons, which is the element's atomic number.


What do the different isotopes of uranium contain?

All the isotopes of uranium (natural or artificial) contain 92 protons and electrons; each isotope contain a different number of neutrons (number of neutrons = atomic mass of the isotope - number of protons).