Problem: Which subatomic particle(s) are found in the nucleus of the atom?An atom of chlorine is represented by 3717Cl. How many neutrons are in the nucleus of this atom?Give the nuclear symbol for the isotope of phosphorus for which A = 31?

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Establish how elemental notation works then answer the questions

Step 1. Elemental notion works as:

 

  • The atomic number (A) represents the identity of the element and reveals the number of protons.
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Which subatomic particle(s) are found in the nucleus of the atom?

An atom of chlorine is represented by 3717Cl. How many neutrons are in the nucleus of this atom?

Give the nuclear symbol for the isotope of phosphorus for which = 31?

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