How do you find the nuclear charge if you know the nuclide symbol?

I am filling in a table for my chemistry homework. In the table i have columns of NUCLIDE SYMBOL, ATOMIC NUMBER, No. OF PROTONS, No. OF ELECTRONS, MASS NUMBER, No OF NEUTRONS- so i know all these but was wondering how to find the nuclear charge? Examples very welcome. 🙂

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4 Responses to “How do you find the nuclear charge if you know the nuclide symbol?”

  1. WelshBabe said:

    Dont know sorry

  2. hcbiochem said:

    The nuclear charge is just the number of protons in the nucleus. The ionic charge would be the difference between the number of protons and the number of electrons.

  3. StalkerM said:

    The nuclear caharge is:
    Charge=+Ze
    where “Z” is the number of protons and “e” is the elctron charge:
    e=1.602176462*10^-19

    For example
    Nuclear charge of Uranium ?
    ChargeU=+92*e=1.474002345*10^-17 C

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