What is a solid nonmetal that contains 53 neutrons in its nucleus?
Don't think one exists. All non-metals that are solid have more than 53 protons, so they would have at least 53 neutrons, and the lightest is iodine which has 74 neutrons.
All atomic nuclei contain one or more neutrons except hydrogen-1, which has just a single proton as its nucleus. This isotope of hydrogen is the only atom that has no neutro…ns in its nucleus. The only one.
How many neutrons are contained in an iodine nucleus with a mass number of 132 and an atomic number of 53?
79; the mass number is the sum of the protons and neutrons, and the atomic number is the number of protons. So if you take the mass number (protons + neutrons) minus the atomi…c number (protons), you get the number of neutrons.
yes. Except for Hydrogen,which has just a proton.
A chemical compound, solid, may contain many nonmetals.
there are 7 neutrons because when you take away the number of protons, which is 7 as well, from the atomic mass, which is 14 when rounded, you get 7 which is the number of neu…trons in nitrogen.
Cobalt has 27 protons. If its mass number is fifty-three, then the number of neutrons corresponds to the mass n o . - the proton n o : 53 - 27 = 26.
This is only true of Hydrogen, the most basic element. The rest contain both neutrons and protons. See the Related Question.
it only contains proton and neutron
no , because its woud have no protons in this case
It is tritium
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