The element palladium, in its neutral form, is made up of 46 protons, 46 electrons and 60 neutrons.
More About Palladium
Palladium (Pd) is a chemical element, taking the form of a silvery white metal that's pretty rare. It's one of the six platinum group metals, alongside platinum, rhodium, osmium, iridium and ruthenium.
Palladium was first discovered in 1803 by the British chemist William Hyde Wollaston, and is used in jewellery, photography, electronics and technology, among other things!
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