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In order to find out what element it is you have to look at the number of protons.
the proton number determines the electric charge of the nucleus of the atom, and since atoms are electrically neutral, the proton number determines the electron number too.
The differences between the chemical elements are almost completely, but not quite completely, dependent on the number of electrons that are distributed around the nucleus and how they are distributed. How hard is it to pull them off and so on is a very large part of what really matters for chemistry
Do you get protons?
The atomic number is the amount of protons there is.
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