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How many protons, neutrons and electrons are there in a $[108][]{Ag^+}$ ion?
in Grade 12 Physical Sciences by Diamond (51,000 points) | 2,953 views

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Ag has atomic number 47 = 47 protons and 47 electrons.

  mass number is 108, neutrons = 108 - 47 protons = 61 neutrons.

Ag+ = 47 electrons - 1 electron = 46 electrons.

Finally: 47 protons , 61 neutrons and 46 electrons.
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