Which of the following atoms has no electrons? Will medal and fan!
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My answer is C
ya its C
@TheImpossibleGirl54 we need to explain this though
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in the nucleus, electrons are negative and are outside the nucleus, while protons are positive and inside the nucleus.
every atom the number of protons = the number of electrons. which means that the elements on the periodic table are neutral.
now something happens where you have a charge. if you have a positive charge that means that there are more protons than electrons, called a cation
if you have a negative charge that means that you have more electrons than protons. called an anion.
According to the answer key it was actually B
@TheImpossibleGirl54 try to follow along, I will explain to you why it's B
it's ok, i got it, thank you though
@TheImpossibleGirl54 so looking at what I wrote above why would these two be wrong?
I get it. Theres going to need to be an addition 2 to cancel out
@theimpossiblegirl54 whenever you have an element that has no charge either + or n - written on top of it, that means that the number of electrons equals the number of protons.
oh you were talking to her, lol my bad
you can follow along too @blind_Love149
in the figure above, @theimpossiblegirl54 can you tell me how many protons and electrons this element has?