help with these questions

4 months ago@Elsa213 @HuskyNation @Ultrilliam @Vocaloid

4 months ago@dude @ThisGirlPretty

4 months agoin order to be neutral, number of electrons = number of protons re-read the problem and see what you can get from this

4 months agoi still dont know

4 months agogold has 79 electrons according to the problem if an neutral atom has ~equal numbers~ of protons and electrons, how many protons does gold have?

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4 months agosorry i forgot, i thought i put my answer too lol

4 months ago@Vocaloid can u help me with more?

4 months agoi'll try

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4 months agoyou might have swapped the abundances percent Cl-35 * mass Cl-35 + percent Cl-37 * mass Cl-37 = (0.7578)(34.969) + (0.2422)(36.966) = ?

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4 months agogood guess, but since the nucleus includes the protons + neutrons it's bigger than the others combined, making nucleus the better response

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4 months agogood guess but not quite since Neon is a noble gas it should have a fully filled p-subshell based on this, any thoughts?

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4 months agofew more :)

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4 months agook thanks for helping meee :))

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