Which property of an element is always a whole number [MP PMT 1986]

Question: Which property of an element is always a whole number [MP PMT 1986]

(a) Atomic weight 

(b) Equivalent weight

(c) Atomic number 

(d) Atomic volume

Correct Answer: (c) Atomic number

Question: Which property of an element is always a whole number [MP PMT 1986] (a) Atomic weight (b) Equivalent weight (c) Atomic number (d) Atomic volume

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