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This diagram is a model of the nitrogen atom. How many electrons, protons, and neutrons are in this atom, and how many additional electrons are needed to completely fill the outer shell of this atom?

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    yellow = proton white = neutron blue = electron 8 electrons fill the outer shell *yellow is proton because N there has to be the same number of protons and electrons

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    @pizza4dayz first tell me what is the mass number or atomic mass and atomic number of nitrogen ?

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