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ISOTOPIC NOTATIONisotopes are atoms with the same number of protons but different number of neutrons

A

Z X

A = mass number

(the total number of protons + neutrons)

Z = atomic number

(the total number of protons)

X = element symbol

READING ISOTOPIC NOTATION

46

21 Sc

46 = mass number

(the total number of protons (21) + neutrons (25)

21 = atomic number

(the total number of protons (21))

Sc = element symbol

In a neutral atom, the number of electrons (21) is equal to the number of protons.

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

7

8

7

15N

# protons = ____ # neutrons= ____ #electrons = ___

35P

# p = ____ # n= ____ #e- = ___

62Cu2+

# p = ____ # n= ____ #e- = ___

76Se3-

# p = ____ # n= ____ #e- = ___

15

20

15

27

29

33

42

34

37

Writing ISOTOPIC NOTATION

48 Sc

- Write the symbol for the atom with an atomic number of 21 and a mass number of 48.
- Give the complete chemical notation for the nuclide with 23 protons, 26 neutrons and 20 electrons.
- Write the isotopic notation for
- Z = 46 A = 110
- An atom containing 24 protons, 28 neutrons, and 21 electrons
- Titanium-50

49V3+

110Pd

52Cr3+

50Ti

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

74

118

78

- 196 Pt4+
# p = _____ # n = _____ #e- = _____

mass number = ________ atomic number = _______

atomic mass = ________ name of element = _______

2. Indicate the appropriate atomic mass of an element with 30 protons, 30 neutrons, and 28 electrons.

78

196

195.1 amu

platinum

65.39 amu

Atomic Mass

- The atomic mass of an element represents the average mass of all the isotopes found in nature. No element exists with only one possible isotope. Hydrogen has the smallest number of isotopes: 1H protium, 2H deuterium, 3H tritium. Its atomic mass is 1.0079 amu (atomic mass units). The atomic mass is calculated by adding the % of 1H mass found in nature to the % of 2H mass found in nature plus the % of 3H mass.
- % 1H + % 2H + % 3H = average mass (atomic mass)
- Generally the formula used is:
% X + % Y + % Z… = atomic mass.

An instrument called the mass spectrometer is generally used to determine the percentages and individual masses of each isotope.

Atomic Mass

- Silver is found to have two stable isotopes, one has an atomic mass of 106.904 amu and the other weighs 108.905 amu. The first isotope represents 51.82 % of the mass of the element and the second represents 48.18 %. What is the atomic mass of the element silver?
The equation to use is %X + % Y = average

And remember to turn your percents into fractions before multiplying.

(0.5182) 106.904 amu + (0.4818) 108.905 amu =?

55.398 amu + 52.470 amu =?

107.868 amu !!

Now look at the periodic table to verify the answer.

PRACTICE PROBLEMS # 8

1. A sample of neon contains three isotopes, neon-20 (with an isotopic mass of 19.9924 amu), neon-21 (20.9939 amu) and neon-22 (21.9914 amu). The natural abundances of these isotopes are 90.92%, 0.257 %, and 8.82 %. Calculate the atomic weight of neon.

2. There are only two naturally occuring isotopes of copper, 63Cu and 65Cu. Copper has an atomic mass of 63.55 amu. What is the natural abundance of each isotope?

3. There are only two naturally occuring isotopes of gallium, 69Ga and 71Ga. What is the natural abundance of each isotope?

20.17 amu

65Cu = 30% & 63Cu = 70%

69Ga = 60% and 71Ga = 40%

GROUP STUDY PROBLEM #8

_______1. The element with atomic number 53 contains

a) 53 neutrons b) 53 protons C) 26 neutrons & 27 protons d) 26 protons & 27 neutrons

_______2. The mass of one atom of an isotope is 9.746 x 10-23 g. One atomic mass unit has the mass of 1.6606 x 10-24 g. The atomic mass of this isotope is

a) 5.870 amu b) 16.18 amu c) 58.69 amu d) 1.627 amu

108

_______3. The number of neutrons in an atom of 47 Ag is

a) 47 b) 108 c) 155 d) 61

27

_______4. The number of electrons in an ion of 13 Al3+ is

a) 13 b) 10 c) 27 d) 14

_______5. What is the relative atomic mass of boron if two stable isotopes of boron have the following mass and abundance:

10.0129 amu (19.91%) & 11.0129 (80.09%)

a) 10.81 amu b) 10.21 amu c) 10.62 amu d) 10.51 amu

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