What Are The Numbers Of Protons, Neutrons, And Electrons In An Isotope Of Titanium With A Mass Number Of 50?


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Titanium is a chemical element of periodic table and its symbol is Ti. It is a transition metal. It is present in fourth group and fourth period of periodic table. The atomic number of titanium is 22. The atomic weight of given titanium is 50. The number of protons and electrons in the titanium is 22.

Number of protons = 22

Number of electrons = 22

Number of neutrons = Atomic mass - atomic number

Number of neutrons = 50 - 22 = 28

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