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superscript:226
element:Z
subscript:29

Whats does the subscript and superscript represent?

  • Chem -

    The larger number (superscript) is the atomic mass number (number of protons, and neutrons).
    The subscript is the number of protons, or the atomic number.

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    Thank you :)

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