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pooja195

  • one year ago

How many protons does a nitrogen atom have?

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  1. pooja195
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    @satellite73 ?

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    anyone

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    7

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    The nitrogen atom have 7 protons because the atomic no of nitrogen is 7 and we know that Atomic no of any element = No. of Protons present in the atom..........

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    The number of protons in an atom is always the same as the element's atomic number. The atomic number of nitrogen is 7, hence it has 7 protons.

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