which component of an atom does not significantly add to the mass of an atom?

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Answered: What is the atomic mass of 97?

There is a stable isotope of molybdenum that has an atomic mass of 97, which is 42 protons and 55 neutrons.

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Answered: Do we have significance in the Universe?

As human beings ...yes. As superior beings?...No.

Answered: What is the mass of 3.50 x 10^24 Ti atoms

The weight of 6.023*10^23 ( = Avogadro number) is 47.867 grams (the atomic weight of Ti). So: 3.50 x 10^24 * 47.867 / 6.023*10^23 is the weight you are looking....... Let's calculate it: 3.50 x 10^24 * 47.867 / 6.023*10^23 = 35 * 47.867 / 6.023 = 278.16 grams (rounded from 287.1579)

Answered: Why is plutonium's atomic symbol Pu?

Pl could be confused with platinum (Pt) or lead (Latin plumbum, Pb) or polonium (Po).

Answered: Significance of EDI Mapping as an Important EDI Component?

EDI translation component refers to the option of encryption of one set of value and putting another value as a result of translation setting that is used during the installation process of software. The process of EDI validation involves ensuring that data entered in the EDI files is accurately ...
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What is a subatomic particle, and a atomic and mass number of an

Hi, Subatom is anything that is smaller than an atom (Sub = Under, smaller than...). So the atom parts are subatoms ( = Protons, neutrons, electrons, mezones, .....). Atomic number is the number of protons (or neutrons). Atomic mass is the mass weight of the atom (= ~Weight of protons + Neutrons ...

What is the mass of a 250 mL beaker?

You need to weigh the beaker to find out. They vary from beaker to beaker. If you want a generalized idea, search for "lab equipment" and find the shipping weight of any particular companies beakers.