Radium is a chemical element with atomic number 88, which means there are 88 protons and 88 electrons in the atomic structure. Chemical symbol for Radium Ra.
The atomic mass of Radium is 226 microns. The unit of measure for mass is the atomic mass unit (amu). One unit of atomic mass is 1.66 × 10 – 24 grams. A single single unit of atomic mass is approximately one mass of one nucleon (either one proton or a neutron) and is numerically equivalent to 1 g / mol.
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