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Elements do NOT have any charge. Cu(65) has 29 protons with 36 neutrons, the same is in the '+1' ION of this element (Cu+1) which then has 1 electron less than the elemental form(29 electrons), thus 28 electrons.

Important to know: IONS (with charge) are not ELEMENTS !

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Q: What element has a mass number of 65 36 neutrons and a charge of 1?
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What are the element number of neutrons?

Number of Neutrons = Mass number - Number of Protons

How do you determine the number of protons electrons and neutrons present in an element by identifying its atomic and mass numbers from the periodic table?

Atomic number means number of protons present in an atom. Atomic number= number of protons. mass number = number of neutrons+ number of protons. So if you subtract the number of protons you get neutrons and if you subtract neutrons you get protons. mass number - protons= neutrons Mass number - neutrons = protons.

What is the mass number of potassium-40?

0 is the charge of the isotope because it has 19 electrons and 19 protons but 20 neutrons. Even if the number of neutrons changes it has no effect on the charge of the atom so 19- and 19+ leads to a neutral or no charge. 0 is the answer

Are neutrons the same as mass numbers?

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Finding the number of neutrons in an element?

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Which of the following is unique for any given element A the number of protons B the number of neutrons C the charge on the electrons D the mass of the neutron?

its atomic numberthe number of neutrons

The mass number of an atom indicates the number of what?

The mass number is the sum of protons + neutrons.

Mass number of an element?

number of protons + number of neutrons

How do you find out mass number of an element?

Mass number = Number of Protons + Number of Neutrons

What is the mass of an element?

The mass number of an element is the atomic mass rounded to the nearest whole number. For Example, if the atomic mass is 54.94 (Manganese [Mn]), then the mass number will be 55. You can use the mass number to calculate the amount of neutrons in an isotope.

Can the mass number of an element be used to determine the number of electrons in an atom?

No. The mass number can be used, however, to determine the number of neutrons. Electrons can only be determined by knowing the atom's charge.

How do you find the number of neutrons in a element using only mass and the element name?

Look up the name on the periodic table and subtract the atomic number from the mass number (which is protons and neutrons). That will give you the number of neutrons.