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 How many protons are in a radon atom?

Answer Atoms are made of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons have a single positive charge and are found in the nucleus of the atom. An element's atomic number, or Z value, specifies the number of p... Read More »
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How Many Protons Are in the Gas Radon?

According to the state of New Jersey's Radon Alert, radon contains 86 protons, which gives it an atomic number of 86. In comparison, hydrogen has one proton, helium has two, carbon has six, and ura... Read More »
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How many protons does radon have?

Radon's atomic number (Z value) is 86. The atomic number of an element designates the number of protons found in an atom of that element. Therefore, Radon has 86 protons and all isotopes of Radon a... Read More »
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What is an atom if it only has two protons?

An atom that only has two protons is helium. Helium also has two neutrons and two electrons. Helium is the only atom with two protons, thus its position as the second element of the periodic table.... Read More »
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How many protons are in a silicon atom?

Silicon has 14 protons in the nucleus. The number of protons in an element is the atomic number of the element. In the case of silicon, the atomic number (and hence, the number of protons) is 14.So... Read More »
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