Chemistry 9th Edition

Published by Cengage Learning
ISBN 10: 1133611095
ISBN 13: 978-1-13361-109-7

Chapter 2 - Atoms, Molecules, and Ions - Additional Exercises: 90

Answer

Carbon: $^{12}_6C$ Hydrogen: $^{1}_1H$ Oxygen: $^{16}_8O$ Nitrogen: $^{14}_{7}N$ Phosphorous: $^{31}_{15}P$ Sulfur: $^{32}_{16}S$

Work Step by Step

Carbon: The most common isotope of Carbon is $^{12}_6C$ with an atomic mass of 12 and 6 protons. Hydrogen: The most common isotope of Hydrogen is $^{1}_1H$ with an atomic mass of 1 and 1 proton. Oxygen: The most common isotope of Oxygen is $^{16}_8O$ with an atomic mass of 16 with 8 protons. Nitrogen: The most common isotope of Nitrogen is $^{14}_{7}N$ with an atomic mass of 14 with 7 protons. Phosphorous: The most common isotope of Phosphorus is $^{31}_{15}P$ with an atomic mass of 31 and 15 protons. Sulfur: The most common isotope of Sulfur is $^{32}_{16}S$ with an atomic mass of 32 and 16 protons.
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