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Textbook Problem

How many protons and neutrons are contained in the nucleus of each of the following atoms? Assuming each atom is uncharged, how many electrons are present?

a. 56 130 Ba   c . 22 46 Ti   e. 3 6 Li

b. 56 136 Ba   d. 22 48 Ti   f. 3 7 Li

Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

Determine the number of protons, neutron and electron in the given atom.

Concept Introduction:

The atomic symbol notation is as follows:

 Atomic number,  ZMass number,  AAtomic SymbolCharge,  +/

Here A = mass number which is equal to the total number of protons + number of neutrons, Z = atomic number of any element which is also indicates Number of protons or number of electrons in the given atom.

Explanation

Given Information:

The given atomic symbol is as follows:

B56130a

Calculation:

Comparing the given atomic symbol with the following:

 Atomic number,  ZMass number,  AAtomic SymbolCharge,  +/

Z = atomic number of any element = Number of protons or number of electrons in the given atom

Thus, atomic number = 56

Also, number of protons = number of electrons = 56

A

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

Determine the number of protons, neutron and electron in the given atom.

Concept Introduction:

The atomic symbol notation is as follows:

 Atomic number,  ZMass number,  AAtomic SymbolCharge,  +/

Here A = mass number which is equal to the total number of protons + number of neutrons, Z = atomic number of any element which is also indicates Number of protons or number of electrons in the given atom.

Interpretation Introduction

(c)

Interpretation:

Determine the number of protons, neutron and electron in the given atom.

Concept Introduction:

The atomic symbol notation is as follows:

 Atomic number,  ZMass number,  AAtomic SymbolCharge,  +/

Here A = mass number which is equal to the total number of protons + number of neutrons, Z = atomic number of any element which is also indicates Number of protons or number of electrons in the given atom.

Interpretation Introduction

(d)

Interpretation:

Determine the number of protons, neutron and electron in the given atom.

Concept Introduction:

The atomic symbol notation is as follows:

 Atomic number,  ZMass number,  AAtomic SymbolCharge,  +/

Here A = mass number which is equal to the total number of protons + number of neutrons, Z = atomic number of any element which is also indicates Number of protons or number of electrons in the given atom.

Interpretation Introduction

(e)

Interpretation:

Determine the number of protons, neutron and electron in the given atom.

Concept Introduction:

The atomic symbol notation is as follows:

 Atomic number,  ZMass number,  AAtomic SymbolCharge,  +/

Here A = mass number which is equal to the total number of protons + number of neutrons, Z = atomic number of any element which is also indicates Number of protons or number of electrons in the given atom.

Interpretation Introduction

(f)

Interpretation:

Determine the number of protons, neutron and electron in the given atom.

Concept Introduction:

The atomic symbol notation is as follows:

 Atomic number,  ZMass number,  AAtomic SymbolCharge,  +/

Here A = mass number which is equal to the total number of protons + number of neutrons, Z = atomic number of any element which is also indicates Number of protons or number of electrons in the given atom.

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