anonymous
  • anonymous
The atomic number of an atom identifies the number of protons in its nucleus. If the overall charge on the atom is neutral, what must the atomic number also identify? A. the most common isotope's mass B. the average mass of all isotopes of the atom C. the number of electrons in the atom D. the number of neutrons in the atom EAsy Medals
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ganeshie8
  • ganeshie8
atomic number gives you the number of protons in an atom; since the atom is neutral, what can you say about the number of electrons ?
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