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sodium has an atomic number of 11 and an atomic mass of 23. sodium has

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    Sodium does have an atomic number of 11, and if the isotope's atomic mass is 23, the atom would have 11 protons (the atomic number) and 12 neutrons (the atomic mass minus the atomic number). The atom would have 11 electrons, and when ionized it would lose one and take on a charge of +1.

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