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Every isotope of every element has a different atomic mass. There is no reason for boron to be an exception.

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Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 10.81.


Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 10.81.


Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 10.811.


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Boron is a metal element. Atomic mass of it is 11.


The closest to 11 is Boron with an Atomic mass of 10.881


Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 10.81.


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Boron is a non metal element. Atomic mass number of it is 11.


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The atomic mass of Boron (B) is 11 but to be more accurate, the atomic mass is 10.81.


8 the atomic number is 5


BORON 511 atomic#=5, atomic mass = 11 (for most common isotope)



If you see the on the periodic table of elements, you can see boron on the right side. The number on the top of the symbol(which is B for Boron) is the atomic number.


Atomic Mass Number Of Boron.The Atomic Mass Number Of Boron Is 10.81 Its Atomic number is 5. It has 5 p neutrons , 6 neutrons and 5 electrons. Its valency is 3. it has 3 valence electrons.


Atomic mass of 5B11 isotope is 11.


That would be boron, with an atomic mass of 10.811.



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