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# Calculate The Number Of Protons, Neutrons And Electrons In .

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Correct option is

35, 45, 35

Here, Z = 35, A = 80

∴ No. of protons = Atomic No. = 35

No. of neutrons = A – Z = 80 – 35 = 45.

As the atom is neutral, No. of electrons = No. of protons = 35.

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