The mass number is 11 and the element is boron.
Promethium has 61 protons and electrons.For each isotope the number of neutrons is different. Number of neutrons = Mass number of a Pm isotope - 61
hydrogen has 1 proton and 1 electron. the number of neutrons depends on the isotope and there can be 0 or 1 or 2 neutrons.
51 protons, 51 electrons and 70 neutrons (in Antimony-171 isotope)
It has 53 protons. In isotopes, the proton number does not change. Only the number of neutrons changes.
The number of protons is 12, the number of electrons is 10, the number of neutrons is different for each isotope.
bismuth has 83 protons and electrons.Bi-209 isotope has 126 neutrons.
It is a isotope of boron. Boron is a p block element.
The isotope 1H of hydrogen has 1 proton and 1 electron. If ionized, it consists of a proton (H+). If formed anion (H-), 2 electrons and 1 proton. When neutral, 1 proton, 1 electron, and a known number of neutrons depending on isotope.
An isotope is the same element with a different mass number, the proton number Is the sane but there is a different number of neutrons
The isotope phosphorous 32 with an atomic mass of 31.97390727(20).
Fluorine has only one isotope which contains 10 neutrons, 9 protons and 9 electrons.
1 proton and 1 electron in hydrogen. the number of neutrons depend on the isotope of hydrogen. protium, deuterium and tritium have 0,1 and 2 neutrons respectively.
The isotope of aluminum - 27Al has 13 protons, 13 electrons and 14 neutrons. It is the only stable isotope of aluminum. 27Al has a natural abundance above 99.9%.
They are NOT. The number of electrons and the number of neutrons are not linked at all - for instance, an atom of Hydrogen has one proton and one electron and NO neutrons.
The mass number of the hydrogen isotope with 2 neutrons is 3 because of the proton that is also present in the nucleus.
It is hydrogen element. It is tritium isotope of hydrogen.
An atom is composed of protons and electrons which is similar to the atomic number, and neutrons (every other atom except hydrogen-1 isotope).
hydrogen has three isotopes. all have one proton, but they vary in the number of neutrons. 1 proton and 0 neutron (isotope: protium) 1 proton and 1 neutron (isotope: deuterium) 1 proton and 2 neutrons (isotope: tritium)
A hydrogen-1 isotope contain one proton, one electron, and 0 neutrons; this is the only naturally occcurring isotope with no neutrons in its structure.
The numbers of protons and electrons in any neutral atom are the same as the atomic number, 13 for aluminum. The number of neutrons varies by isotope and can be found by subtracting the atomic number from the atomic mass number. One isotope is Al-27, in which there are 14 neutrons.
Normal Hydrogen has one proton. The isotope of Hydrogen called Deuterium has one proton and one neutron. The Isotope of hydrogen called Tritium has one proton and two neutrons. All isotopes of hydrogen have one electron.
The difference between Oxygen - 15 and Oxygen - 16 is that of Isotope. Oxygen's atomic number is 8 as it contains 8 proton but the neutron number may vary in order to form an isotope, the oxygen found in the air is 98 percent oxygen 16, the rest is oxygen 15. Oxygen 16 = 8 protons, 8 neutrons, 8 electrons. 16 is the mass number which is equal to the (number of proton + number of neutrons) Oxygen 15 = 8 protons, 7 neutrons, 8 electrons. 15 is the mass number which is equal to the (number of proton + number of neutrons) Oxygen 15 is known as the "Isotope" of Oxygen 16.
59Co is the naturally occurring isotope of Cobalt, having 27 electrons, 27 protons, and 32 neutrons. Co+2 has given away 2 electrons.
1 Proton and 1 electron but no neutrons.
Try "the proton" (change the electrons and you get ions, change the neutrons and you get an isotope.)