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Q: Can you identify an atom without knowing number of neutrons in it?
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Can you identify an atom without knowing number of neutron in it?

Yes, and in order to find the Number of Neutrons, subtract Atomic Mass from Number Of Protons, the result will be the Number of Neutrons for that atom *No. Of Neutron=Atomic Mass - Number Of Protons


How do you find out the mass number of an element without knowing the protons and neutrons?

It is not possible.


Can you identify an atom without number of neutrons in it?

Every element has a specific number of protons, which is how an element is identified. That gives its atomic number. The number of neutrons can vary, and therefore is not useful in identifying an element.


How can you find the number of neutrons in an isotope without knowing the mass number?

you can find the positive or negative sign and make the new measurement


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Impossible to identify without knowing who made it.


How do you find the mass number of an element or compound without knowing the number of neutrons?

You cannot because it could be any one of a number of isotopes of the element.


How do you identify the number of neutrons?

You subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass.


How do you identify isotopes?

Isotopes are identified by the number of neutrons in their nuclei. For example, Carbon-12 is identified by its number of neutrons, which is six.


What information can you gather knowing the atomic number and mass of an element?

Atomic number (number of protons) + Number of Neutrons = Mass Number So Mass Number - Atomic number (number of protons) = Number of Neutrons. Answer is : Number of Neutrons


What is the number of neutrons in an atom with atomic mass of 35?

cannot say without knowing the element, that is the number of protons.Sulfur-35, radioactive; 19 neutronsChlorine-35, stable; 18 neutronsArgon-35, radioactive; 17 neutrons


Can an atom be determined by knowing the number of neutrons?

No, only by the atomic number, also known as the number of protons.


When Thorium undergoes Alpha Decay what is the isotope that is produced?

You'd have to specify the isotope of thorium for us to definitively identify the isotope produced. A thorium atom that undergoes alpha decay will become a radium atom. However, we can't identify the specific isotope of radium without knowing the number of neutrons in the original thorium atom.

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