(a) the ion with a 1+ charge, atomic number 55, and mass number 133
(b) the ion with 54 electrons, 53 protons, and 74 neutrons
(c) the ion with atomic number 15, mass number 31, and a 3− charge
(d) the ion with 24 electrons, 30 neutrons, and a 3+ charge
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The atom of each element is made up of electrons, protons and neutrons. All atoms of the same neutral element have the same number of protons and electrons but the number of neutrons can differ. Atoms of the same element but different neutrons are called isotopes. For charged atoms the number of protons and electrons is different....
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