Problem: Give the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons, or the atomic symbol (with X being the element symbol, A being the mass number, and q being the charge), for the following:            Nuclide  AXq             protons                       neutrons                   electrons                  128Te2-                   ­­_____                            ­­­­_____                            ­­­­_____                   59Co2+                      ­­­­_____                            ­­­­_____                            ­­­_____                     _____                       _35__                           _45__                          _36__

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Give the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons, or the atomic symbol (with X being the element symbol, A being the mass number, and q being the charge), for the following:

            Nuclide  AXq             protons                       neutrons                   electrons

                  128Te2-                   ­­_____                            ­­­­_____                            ­­­­_____ 

                  59Co2+                      ­­­­_____                            ­­­­_____                            ­­­_____ 

                    _____                       _35__                           _45__                          _36__

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