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If a chlorine atom had 17 protons and 18 neutrons, what would it be called?

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A chlorine atom with 17 protons and 18
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All Chlorine atoms have 17 protons. However, ISOTOPES exist, which are atoms with varying numbers of neutrons. (A Chlorine atom with 17 neutrons would not be considered an isotope
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The atomic number would be the number of protons, which is 17. The mass number would be the protons + the neutrons, which is 35. Any other questions?
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