A nitrogen atom's appearance consists of a nucleus that's surrounded by one orbital containing two electrons and a second orbital containing five electrons. The total number of electrons in one atom of nitrogen can be de... More »

One neutral atom of nitrogen has seven protons, seven neutrons and seven electrons. This element is found in group 15 and period 2 of the Periodic Table of the Elements. It has an atomic weight of 14.007 amu. More »

The Bohr-Rutherford model of a hydrogen atom is a diagram showing one electron orbiting a hydrogen nucleus, which has one proton and zero neutrons. Many sites have such a diagram, but Wikipedia provides the diagram as we... More »

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The Bohr model for nitrogen has a central nucleus with seven neutrons and seven protons, a first energy ring with two electrons and a second energy ring with five electrons. A more detailed version shows two electrons in... More »

The Bohr model of carbon has a central nucleus containing six protons and six neutrons, encircled by an inner orbit of two electrons and an outer orbit of four electrons. The two orbits represent different energy levels ... More »

With an atomic number of 4, beryllium has four electrons: two electron shells surround the atom's nucleus and two electrons in each shell. Beryllium is a rigid metal with an atomic mass of 9.0122. It is lightweight but s... More »

In any atom with more than two electrons, inner electrons have a repelling effect on outer electrons, reducing the net attraction of the nucleus for the outer electrons. This effect is known as shielding, and it is respo... More »