How many electons, protons, and neutrons are in titanium-47?



Answer:
Titanium-47 has an atomic number of 22. Therefore, it has 22 protons. The 47 tells you the total atomic weight. 47 - 22 = 25. 25 is the number of neutrons. Since Titanium-47 is neutral (all elements are neutral. There's only a charge if it is given), the number of electrons equal the number of protons: 22.
Titanium:
Atomic number 22

22 electrons & 22 protons

47 - 22 = 25

25 neutrons

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