How Many Protons And Neutrons Does Boron -11 Have?


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amber Jhon answered
Boron is the 5th element of the periodic table and it's atomic number is 5. As, the number of protons and electrons are equal in a neutral atom, therefore, number of electrons and number of protons in boron is 5. Moreover, in Boron-11 the number of neutrons is 6.
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Dave Cowles
Dave Cowles commented
11 is the Atomic mass which is the # of protons plus neutrons. From the periodic table you see Boron has 5 electrons ie. It must have 5 protons. So the math is 11-5 = 6 neutrons.
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