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QUESTION 19
Questions 17-24 refer to the following: Say you're given the following information: You have a phosphide ion (symbol P). The charge on the ion is 3- The mass of this
ion is 31 amu.
What is the number of protons present? (Answer is a number, no units)
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QUESTION 19 Questions 17-24 refer to the following: Say you're given the following information: You have a phosphide ion (symbol P). The charge on the ion is 3- The mass of this ion is 31 amu. What is the number of protons present? (Answer is a number, no units)

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The given ion is phosphide ion and its charge is 3- that is P3- = P + 3e-

The number of electrons present in P is 15. Hence, the number of electrons present in pho...

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