Tin (Sn) Bohr Model
- The Bohr Model of Tin (Sn) has a nucleus that contains 69 neutrons and 50 protons.
- This nucleus is surrounded by five electron shells.
- The first shell of the Bohr diagram of Tin has 2 electrons, the 2nd shell has 8, the 3rd shell has 18, the 4th has 18, and the 5th shell has 4 electrons.
|Name||Tin Bohr Model|
|Number of neutrons||69|
|Number of protons||50|
|Number of electrons||50|
|Total electron shells||5|
|Electron in the First shell||2|
|Electrons in the Second shell||8|
|Electrons in the Third shell||18|
|Electrons in the Fourth shell||18|
|Electrons in the Fifth shell||4|
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