How to calculate atomic number, Chemistry

Q. How to calculate atomic number?

Atoms have no net electrical charge for the reason that they contain equal numbers of electrons and protons. Therefore positive charges (protons) and negative charges (electrons) balance out. Protons, Electrons and atomic number are related as follows.

Atomic number = number of protons = number of electrons

Posted Date: 7/13/2013 1:00:01 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- How to calculate atomic number, Assignment Help, Ask Question on How to calculate atomic number, Get Answer, Expert's Help, How to calculate atomic number Discussions

Write discussion on How to calculate atomic number
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions

Evaporation theory and describe advantages, disadvantages and application?

Chain Lengthening of Aldoses (Killiani-Fischer synthesis) The conversion of an aldose to the next higher member includes the subsequent steps : (a) Creation of a cyanohydrin


Which of the following electron transition in a hydrogen atom will require the largest amount of: (1) From n-1 to n=2          (2) From n= 2  to n=3  (3) From n= ∞  to n=

RNA nucleotides Base + Ribose → (Nucleoside) + Phosphoric acid → Nucleotide

Conductance and conductivity: When a field (electric) is put across an aqueous ionic solution by applying a voltage between two parallel plate electrodes, the cations are attra

what is acid

In a Ecell, why do you flip the value of the smaller value?

How do i find the concentration of Cl- ion in 0.60 M AlCl3 solution?