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What is the difference between atomic mass and mass no.??

What is the difference between atomic mass and mass no.??

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BAYANA SAGAR
48 Points
8 years ago
ATOMIC NUMBER MEANS THE NUMBER OF PROTONS OR ELECTRONS PRESENT IN AN ATOM.WHEREAS THE ATOMIC MASS MEANS THE MASS OF AN ATOM.NEARLY ATOMIC MASS IS DOUBLE IN NUMBER WITH ATOMIC MASS THANKS PLEASE APPROVE THIS ANSWER.
Swagat Bordoloi
37 Points
8 years ago
Thanks .. But i asked the difference between MASS NO. and ATOMIC MASS. Anyways thanks.
Smrithi Manoharan
34 Points
8 years ago
Atomic Mass # One atomic mass (1u) is defined as exactly one-twelfth the mass of an atom of carbon-12. # Atomic mass unit is denoted by letter `u`. Mass Number # The total number of protons and neutrons present in one atom of an element is known as its mass number. # The mass number of an element is denoted by letter `A`.
Swagat Bordoloi
37 Points
8 years ago
very gud answer..thanks..
Indu
47 Points
8 years ago
Atomic mass is the average of several elements` masses ((the formula is AM = (% abundance)(mass1) + (% abundance)(mass2) +...)) Mass number is just the mass of one element.
Swagat Bordoloi
37 Points
8 years ago
thank u :)
Saloni Rakholiya
104 Points
7 years ago
atomic number is the number of protons (or neutrons) in an element . eg- atomic number of oxygen is 8 and that of lithium is 3. atomic  mass is the number of protons +the number of neutrons .it is approx. double the atomic number .eg- atomic mass of oxygen is 16 and carbon is 12. hope this helps you.......
 

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