Give the symbol and number of electrons in a NEUTRAL atom of: Uranium, Boron, Antimony, Chlorine, Iodine, Xenon.

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The number of electrons in a neutral atom is the atom's atomic number. For the given list of elements the symbols and the atomic number can be seen from the periodic table. The relevant details have been provided here:

Uranium has the symbol U and the number of electrons is 92

Boron has the symbol B and the number of electrons is 5

Antimony has the symbol Sb and the number of electrons is 51

Chlorine has the symbol Cl and the number of electrons is 17

Iodine has the symbol I and the number of electrons is 53

Xenon has the symbol Xe and the number of electrons is 54

 

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