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. The number of protons contained in a given nucleus is called the _________ .

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The given statement should be completed.

Concept Introduction:

Periodic table consists of number of elements arranged according to their atomic number. The atomic number increases from left to right by single unit.

Element consist of number of atom such as atomic number is equivalent to number of proton present in atom.

Explanation

Given:

The number of protons contained in the given nucleus is called the ________.

The atomic number of an atom is equal to the number of proton and also equivalent to number of electron present in an atom in its neutral state...

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