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Atomic number of Nitrogen

What is the atomic number of Nitrogen?

7

It is widely known the fact that Nitrogen is a chemical element with symbol N.  Its atomic number is 7. Not too many people know the fact that at room temperature, it is a gas of diatomic molecules and is colorless and odorless.  There are 2.5 electrons per shell.  Moreover, the electron configuration is 1s2 2s2 2p3.  The melting point is at -210 degrees.  Moreover, the boiling point is -195.8 degrees.  Keep in mind the fact that the atomic mass is 14.0067 ± 0.0001 u.

This fact is verified on : August 18, 2014.





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