Fluorine (18.994-9=10 neutrons) and Neon (20.180-10=10 neutrons)
Many isotopes have 10 neutrons in the atomic nucleus (Be-14, B-15, etc.).
Oxygen-18, fluorine-19 and neon-20 atoms have 10 neutrons each.
For the most part Helium has two neutrons, the exception is with isotopes.
Neon, and certain isomers of other elements.
neon and fluorine
Fluorine & Neon.
I believe the two elements (there may be more) are Neon(Atomic number: 10) and Fluorine(Atomic number: 9). To find the neurons, all you have to do is subtract the atomic number and the atomic mass. Hope this helps!
An atom of plutonium contain protons, neutrons and electrons - not other elements.
it is two different elements
An atom of Ne has 10 neutrons for more information visit this site:http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/ne.html
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.
Neutrons have size (about 10-13 cm in diameter) and mass (1.6749 x 10-27 kg).
Protons and neutrons
The isotopes can have different numbers of neutrons and mass.
No, but they can have the same amount of Neutrons. Two elements cannot have the same number of Protons or they would be the same element.
There are many iostopes that share the same number of neutrons, and they are spread throughout the periodic table.
All chemical elements (excepting the isotope 1H) contain neutrons.
Carbon is an element with six neutrons.
Atoms of different elements have no specific relationship but if they have same no of neutrons then they are isotones, if they have same mass no then they are isobars, atomic no of two elements can neither be same.
Elelments are determined by the amount of protons they have. While different elements can have the same number of neutrons and protons, no two different elements can have the same amount of protons.
Lighter elements tend to have neutrons equal to protonms or only a slight excess. Heavier elements have an excess of neutrons over protons
All elements show unique characteristics. Basically non of two elements have the same number of protons, neutrons and electrons.
Yes. If two atoms have the same number of protons then by definition they are the same element.