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Helium has two protons, two neutrons and two electrons. What is the charge of this atom? A. 0 B. +2 C. +4 D. More information is needed.
The Atomic Number of Boron is 5 so it has five protons and 5 electrons. The Mass number of Boron is 11. Mass minus atomic number = number of neutrons = 6. BORON:Electrons = 5 Protons = 5 Neutrons = 6
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User: Helium has two protons, two neutrons and two electrons. What is the charge of this atom? A. 0 B. +2 C. +4 D. More information is needed.

Weegy: The Atomic Number of Boron is 5 so it has five protons and 5 electrons. The Mass number of Boron is 11. Mass minus atomic number = number of neutrons = 6. BORON:Electrons = 5 Protons = 5 Neutrons = 6
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User: Helium has two protons, two neutrons and two electrons. What is the charge of this atom? A. 0 B. +2 C. +4 D. More information is needed.

Weegy: The Atomic Number of Boron is 5 so it has five protons and 5 electrons. The Mass number of Boron is 11. Mass minus atomic number = number of neutrons = 6. BORON:Electrons = 5 Protons = 5 Neutrons = 6
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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: The Atomic Number of Boron is 5 so it has five protons and 5 electrons. The Mass number of Boron is 11. Mass minus atomic number = number of neutrons = 6. BORON:Electrons = 5 Protons = 5 Neutrons = 6
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User: If a calcium atom came near a sulfur atom, the calcium could transfer two of its ________ to the sulfur atom. A. protons B. neutrons C. electrons D. More information is needed to figure this out

Weegy: The Atomic Number of Boron is 5 so it has five protons and 5 electrons. The Mass number of Boron is 11. Mass minus atomic number = number of neutrons = 6. BORON:Electrons = 5 Protons = 5 Neutrons = 6
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User: If a calcium atom came near a sulfur atom, the calcium could transfer two of its ________ to the sulfur atom. A. protons B. neutrons C. electrons D. More information is needed to figure this out

Weegy: The Atomic Number of Boron is 5 so it has five protons and 5 electrons. The Mass number of Boron is 11. Mass minus atomic number = number of neutrons = 6. BORON:Electrons = 5 Protons = 5 Neutrons = 6
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In order to know the atomic mass, you need to know C.) the number of protons and neutrons. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The calcium atom would transfer two of its C.) electrons to the sulfur atom.
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A. 0 is the charge of an an atom.
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yes boron is non metal
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Actually, boron is a metalloid.
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