Problem: An ion has 14 neutrons, 10 electrons, and a mass number of 27. Part 1How many protons does this ion have? Part 2What is the symbol for this ion? Enter both the mass and the atomic number.

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An ion has 14 neutrons, 10 electrons, and a mass number of 27. 

Part 1

How many protons does this ion have? 

Part 2

What is the symbol for this ion? Enter both the mass and the atomic number.


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