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How many neutrons are found in an atom of cobalt-60?


Question asked by: leen4ever

Asked on: 05 Feb 2009

Not entirely sure on this, but would the number be 60?

Worth checking elsewhere as not entirely sure! Maybe on a periodic table or something?

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Replied at: 15 Feb 2009
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No. of neutrons = Mass no. - Atomic no. = 60 - 27 = 33.
By: psahu63

Date of comment: Wed, Sep 1st 2010

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