atomic weight of first 30 element in periodic table ​

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atomic weight of first 30 element in periodic table ​

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Huyền Thanh 5 months 2021-08-13T10:02:58+00:00 1 Answers 7 views 0

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    2021-08-13T10:04:05+00:00

    Answer:

    The answer is in the explanation

    Explanation:

    The atomic weight of an element is defined as the mass of 1 mole of atoms of the element. To find the atomic weight of the first 30 elements we must see our periodic table:

    #      Element       Atomic Weight

    1       Hydrogen 1.008

    2 Helium 4.0026

    3 Lithium 6.94

    4 Beryllium 9.0122

    5 Boron 10.81

    6 Carbon 12.011

    7 Nitrogen 14.007

    8 Oxygen 15.999

    9 Fluorine 18.998

    10 Neon 20.180

    11 Sodium 22.990

    12 Magnesium 24.305

    13 Aluminium 26.982

    14 Silicon 28.085

    15 Phosphorus 30.974

    16 Sulfur 32.06

    17 Chlorine 35.45

    18 Argon 39.948

    19 Potassium 39.098

    20 Calcium 40.078

    21 Scandium 44.956

    22 Titanium 47.867

    23 Vanadium 50.942

    24 Chromium 51.996

    25 Manganese 54.938

    26 Iron 55.845

    27 Cobalt 58.933

    28 Nickel 58.693

    29 Copper 63.546

    30 Zinc 65.38

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