Carbon has six protons, which determines its place in the periodic table. All chemical elements possess an atomic number like this, starting with hydrogen at the atomic number of one. Carbon is the element widely accepte... More »

Carbon has six protons in its nucleus, so its atomic number is six. It also has six neutrons in its nucleus and typically has six electrons as well. More »

The element carbon contains six protons in its atomic structure. Carbon has six neutrons that exist with the protons, found in the nucleus of each atom of carbon. 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 »

To find the number of electrons an element has, locate it on the periodic table of elements, find the atomic number, and note the number of protons; because atoms are naturally electrically neutral, the protons and elect... More »

Moving across periods on the periodic table from left to right, the atoms tend decrease in radius size because each atom has more protons than the atom before it, meaning there is more of an attractive force in the nucle... More »

The protons, neutrons and electrons present in an ion are determined from a periodic table. The atomic number represents the protons in an element. The atomic mass minus the atomic number represents the neutrons. In a ne... More »

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