By weight, the average russet potato is about 78.3 percent water. After water, starches and sugars compose the bulk of the potato's chemical content at about 18 percent. Non-digestible carbohydrates--or fiber--in the form of cellulose and pectin make up another 0.4 percent of the potato. Another 2.2 percent of the potato is protein, 0.1 percent is fat, and the last 1 percent is non-organic mineral compounds, mostly in or on the peel.
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The atoms inside a potato are normal. You have combinations of different atoms to make different molecules which make different substances. In a potato, you might have some potassium (K) and some sodium (Na).
Potatoes are mainly water and starch, which is composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. There are also small quantities of proteins and nucleic acids, which add nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorus to the mix. There is some potassium. Most other elements (with the possible exception of sodium, which I had difficulty finding data for and may depend on the sodium content of the soil it was grown in) are present only in trace amounts.
For example: carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and microelements as Ca, Fe, Mg, P, Na, K.
Most abundant elements in potatoes are C, H, O, N, P, S together with some minerals Ca, Na.
A compound is a substance formed from two or more elements chemically united in a fixed proportion; a mixture Example: a compound of hydrogen and oxygen resources: a oxford dicitonary
he drew up a table that grouped elements according to their atomic weights, his table became the basis for the periodic table of elements used today.
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus are the elements that make up nucleic acids.
a compound is made up of 2 or more types of atoms . atoms are smaller. u know what im sayin. listen, chemistry ain't a bowl of lemons . u gata wrk for it brotha
ChemistA scientist that studies elements atoms and molecules is called a Chemist
The only element helium makes up is helium. Atomic number: 2 Atomic weight 4.00260 u (avg)
The atomic number 33 is for arsenic (As); the nucleus contain 33 protons and 42 neutrons.
Compounds are composed of elements. Elements are composed of sub-atomic particles (electrons, protons, and neutrons).
The two elements present in largest atomic percentages in both glass and concrete are silicon and oxygen.
According to their atomic number
Carbon-12 was assigned an exact atomic mass to act as the standard for atomic mass of all other elements
All the atoms in elements are not a like.
No, elements make up minerals.
you cant make a potato light up but...you can make a light bulb light up with potato power.all you need is wire electric tape two potato's or lemons set it up and your good =)
Which main tissue would you expect to primarily make up a potato
All the elements have an atomic number. The atomic number is the number of protons found in the atom of a certain element. And to equalize themselves the atoms will usually have the same amount of electrons as protons so electrons also equal the atomic number. The atomic number is the number on the top of the box on the periodic table for each element. You must have been asking what two subatomic particles make up the atomic number. In that case it would be the proton and the electron because the neutron is so mall that chemist's usually nullify it.
The elements that make up honey are honey