How many electrons are in the atom 13C?
How many neutrons are found in 13C?
The sum of protons plus neutrons equals the mass number 13 in 13C, so carbon-13 has 13 – 6 protons = 7 neutrons.
How many neutrons are in 10 mg of 13C?
13 grams per mole
The molar mass of carbon-13 is 13 grams per mole.
Carbon occurs naturally in three isotopes: carbon 12, which has 6 neutrons (plus 6 protons equals 12), carbon 13, which has 7 neutrons, and carbon 14, which has 8 neutrons. Every element has its own number of isotopes.
How many protons neutrons and electrons are in C 13?
If the atom of carbon-13 is a neutral atom, meaning that it does not have a positive or a negative charge, then it will have six electrons.