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Structure and Function of Subatomic Particles. *The identity of an atom is determined by the number of it contains. *The number of in an atom is referred to as the atom’s .

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*The identity of an atom is determined by the number of it contains.

*The number of in an atom is referred to as the atom’s .

*On the , the elements are listed in order of their , which is the large whole number

in each box.

# of Protons =

*In a neutral atom, the number of protons equals the number of .

protons

protons

atomic number

periodic table

atomic number

Atomic #

electrons

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Since the electron has an insignificant mass, the mass of an atom only depends on the number of and the atom has.

protons

neutrons

Atomic Mass

Protons + Neutrons =

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change in # of Neutrons

Isotopes =

*Na-22 and Na-23 both have 11 protons and 11 electrons, but have 11 and 12 neutrons, respectively.

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change in the # of Electrons

Ions =

*Na and Na+1 both have 11 protons, but have 11 and 10 electrons, respectively.