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Will Medal! Answer ASAP!!!!! How many protons are in Cesium-135 (Cs)? 35 55 80 195

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    The atomic mass of an element is equal to the: atomic number number of protons number of protons and neutrons mass of protons, neutrons, and electrons

  3. paki
    • one year ago
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    Atomic mass is not simply equal to #protons + #neutrons. Atomic mass is an overall average mass per atom for a large composition of atoms in a standard Earth abundance of isotopes.

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    Wat? @paki

  5. jessie13
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    i need the answer to the 1st and 2nd one!!

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    is this a quizz....?

  7. paki
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    also i have explained second one... just read it....

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    okay but what about the first question?????? @paki

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