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 How many neutrons are in the nucleus of radon?

Answer Neutrons are particles found in the atomic nucleus of chemical elements. The number of neutrons in the element radon is 136. It has 86 protons and electrons, which is signified by its atomic number... Read More »
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How many neutrons are in the nucleus of Rn?

Radon, Rn, is the product from the radioactive decay of other atoms. Although scientists have identified 20 isotopes of radon, Rn-222 is the isotope naturally found from the decay of radium atoms a... Read More »
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How many protons& neutrons are in the nucleus of Br 79?

Bromine, or Br, has atomic number 35, which means that it always has 35 protons. The isotope Br 79 has an atomic mass or molecular weight of 79. The atomic mass equals the neutrons plus protons, so... Read More »
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How many protons& neutrons are in the nucleus of 79 Br?

The nucleus contains all of the protons and neutrons of an element. Bromine, or Br, always has 35 protons because its atomic number is 35. Bromine 79 has an atomic weight of 79. The sum of the prot... Read More »
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How many neutrons are in the nucleus of hydrogen?

There are zero neutrons in a hydrogen nucleus. The neutral hydrogen (H) atom has 1 proton (positive charge) and 1 electron (negative charge), so the constant opposing charges create a neutral envir... Read More »
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