boron has an atomic mass of 11 how manyneutrons are in the nucleus

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11

6

5

Sep 26th, 2015

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Atomic mass= Atomic number + nuetrons

11 atomic mass would be 

nb/ Atomic number for Boron is 5

so 11-5=6

6 nuetrons!

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