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1)nitrogen atom has atomic no 7 and mass no 14.hydrogen atom has atomic no 1 and mass no 1.what is no of protons and neutrons of ammonium ions

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    Atomic # = protons
    Mass # = protons+neutrons

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    Ammonium ion is NH4^+

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