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A gold atom has ninety-two electrons. It also has ninety-two protons. How many electrons are in the first shell? A. 2 B. 8 C. 90 D. The number of neutrons must be known to figure this
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User: A gold atom has ninety-two electrons. It also has ninety-two protons. How many electrons are in the first shell? A. 2 B. 8 C. 90 D. The number of neutrons must be known to figure this out.

Weegy: The answer is 2 electrons. Source
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User: An atom's electrons have a great effect on A. the mass of the atom. B. what element the atom belongs to. C. how chemically reactive the atom is. D. Electrons really don't affect atoms that much.

Weegy: C. how chemically reactive the atom is
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User: To find the atomic mass of a particular atom you need to know A. the number of protons. B. the number of neutrons. C. the number of protons and neutrons. D. simply what element the atom belongs to.





Weegy: To find the atomic mass of a particular atom you need to know: C. the number of protons and neutrons.
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