## How many isotopes does Sn have?

10 stable isotopes

Tin has 10 stable isotopes, occurring in the following percentages in natural tin: tin-112, 0.97; tin-114, 0.65; tin-115, 0.36; tin-116, 14.53; tin-117, 7.68; tin-118, 24.22; tin-119, 8.58; tin-120, 32.59; tin-122, 4.63; and tin-124, 5.79.

**How many neutrons does SN 115 have?**

65

Properties of Sn-115 Isotope:

Properties of Sn-115 Isotope: | SN-115 |
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Neutron Number (N) | 65 |

Atomic Number (Z) | 50 |

Mass Number (A) | 115 |

Nucleon Number (A) | 115 |

### How many protons does TIN-119?

50 protons

This tin atom has 50 protons, 69 neutrons and 48 electrons. This is one of six stable isotopes of tin. This isotope can also be written tin-119.

**How many protons does SN 112 have?**

50

Properties of Sn-112 Isotope:

Properties of Sn-112 Isotope: | SN-112 |
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Nucleon Number (A) | 112 |

Proton Number (Z) | 50 |

Half-life | Stable |

Spin | 0 |

## How many protons are in SN?

50Tin / Atomic number

**What is tins group number?**

Group 14

Fact box

Group | 14 | 231.928°C, 449.47°F, 505.078 K |
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Period | 5 | 2586°C, 4687°F, 2859 K |

Block | p | 7.287 |

Atomic number | 50 | 118.710 |

State at 20°C | Solid | 120Sn |

### Is Tin 118 stable?

Tin-118 atom is the stable isotope of tin with relative atomic mass 117.901609 and 24.22 atom percent natural abundance.

**Whats the atomic number of Sn?**

## Which is an isotope of tin 119?

Tin 119 Metal (Tin-119) is a stable (non-radioactive) isotope of Tin. It is both naturally occurring and produced by fission. Tin 119 Metal is one of over 250 stable metallic isotopes produced by American Elements for biological and biomedical labeling, as target materials and other applications.

**What is the atomic number of tin-119?**

Properties of Tin-119 Isotope:

Properties of Tin-119 Isotope: | TIN-119 |
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Atomic Number (Z) | 50 |

Mass Number (A) | 119 |

Nucleon Number (A) | 119 |

Proton Number (Z) | 50 |

### What is the mass number for an atom of tin containing 50 protons and 66 neutrons?

50 a number of neutrons 66. So we write number of protons, 50 plus number of neutrons 66. And if we add them, we get +116. So mass number, mask number of an atom of teen is 116 and that’s the final answer.

**How many neutrons does calcium 48 have?**

28 neutrons

One example of this is the decay of calcium-48 (a very rare isotope of calcium with 20 protons and 28 neutrons) into titanium-48.