Why is atomic number considered to be a more appropriate parameter than atomic mass for the classification of elements in a periodic table?
Asked by prabal | 14th Mar, 2018, 09:36: AM
The chemical and physical properties of elements are depend upon atomic number that is ni=umber of electrons.
Therefore atomic number is considered to be more appropriate parameter for classification.
Answered by Varsha | 14th Mar, 2018, 10:18: AM
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