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How Many Electrons Does A Fe Atom Have In Its 3d Subshell?

How Many Electrons Does A Fe Atom Have In Its 3d Subshell?, , , , , , , 0, Chemistry Archive | March 01, 2016 | Chegg.com, www.chegg.com, 1345 x 601, png, Note that the number of protons determines the element a specific atom is. for example, any atom containing 15 protons will be phosphorus, despite the number of neutrons that the atom has. This number of protons is referred to as the atomic number. Atoms of the same atomic number but with differing numbers of neutrons are isotopes. consider this: This means that the electrons in an atom have only definite values of energy. , 3, how-many-electrons-does-a-fe-atom-have-in-its-3d-subshell, TeacherDesk