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1.
3:

What is the atomic #?

What is the atomic #?

2.
3:

What is the # of protons?

What is the # of protons?

3.
3:

What is the # of electrons?

What is the # of electrons?

4.
4:

What is the number of neutrons?

What is the number of neutrons?

5.
6:

How many protons?

How many protons?

6.
6:

How many electrons?

How many electrons?

7.
6:

What is the atomic #?

What is the atomic #?

8.
7:

What is the mass #?

What is the mass #?

9.
8:

How many neutrons?

How many neutrons?

10.
14:

What is the mass #?

What is the mass #?

11.
36:

How many protons are there?

How many protons are there?

12.
36:

What is the atomic #?

What is the atomic #?

13.
36:

How many electrons are there?

How many electrons are there?

14.
48:

How many neutrons are there?

How many neutrons are there?

15.
84:

What is the mass #?

What is the mass #?

16.
92:

What is the number of protons?

What is the number of protons?

17.
92:

What is the number of electrons?

What is the number of electrons?

18.
92:

What is the atomic #?

What is the atomic #?

19.
146:

What is the number of neutrons?

What is the number of neutrons?

20.
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What is the mass #?

What is the mass #?

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