Answer :


The mass number of chlorine is 35 and atomic number is 17.


Number of neutrons is equal to the mass number - number of protons.


It means it has 35-17= 18 Neutrons.


Similarly, in case of carbon atomic number is 6 and its mass number is 12. hence, the number of protons is 6 and the number of neutrons is also 6.


Bromine has atomic number 35 which means it has 35 protons and 46 neutrons.


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