Is atomic mass and mass number the same...????
Asked by krcraju1973 | 14th Jul, 2019, 06:02: AM
Atomic mass and Mass number are different.
Mass number is number of protons + number of neutrons present in any atom.
Atomic mass is mass of an atom, which is mostly because of protons and neutrons because mass of electrons are negligible.
Answered by Ravi | 15th Jul, 2019, 10:56: AM
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