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atomic number


You might as well have asked them to name the atomic numbers of all the inert gases.
Gary D. Schmidt  --  Okay for Now
  the number of protons in an atom’s nucleus, which distinguishes it from the atoms of other elements
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atomic number atomic numbers
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Often abbreviated as Z.
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  • You might as well have asked them to name the atomic numbers of all the inert gases.
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  • Atomic numbers for uranium and plutonium.
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  • Their atomic number.
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  • It has an atomic number of fifty-four.
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  • The table gives us the name of the element —here, hydrogen—the atomic number — here, one—and the symbol —here, H. I know that you know the symbol for hydrogen already, so let’s see if you can learn six more.
    Gary D. Schmidt  --  Okay for Now
  • Ninety-two is the atomic number for uranium.
    David Baldacci  --  Zero Day
  • But if that document had both atomic numbers that means—
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  • Ninety-four is the atomic number for plutonium.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   atomic number [8] , ion [4] , polymer [6] , isotope [7] , cation [8] , free radical [9]
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