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how do you find the number of neutrons atomic number-the atomic mass
all matter is made up of particles called Atoms
air is a... compound
carbon dioxide is a ... mixture
the name for the symbol S is... Strontium
the element name or the symbol P is... Potassium
...electrons are given up or taken, in order to fill the outer shell Metallic
A "sea of electrons" Ionic
The person who created the Periodic Table Henry Mosley
If an atom has 8 protons, then it also has 8 neutrons
The atomic mass of an element is Electrons
Created by: Lynsey F