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What is the atomic number for nitrogen?
Nitrogen's is equal to 7.
Nitrogen is located in group 15, period 1 of the , and has an equal to 7.
In order to get an element's atomic number, you need to know how many protons it has in its nucleus.
A neutral nitrogen atom has seven protons in its nucleus and seven electrons surrounding its nucleus.
Remember that are arranged in in order of their , which means that you can also determine an element's atomic number by looking at its position in the periodic table, if you happen to have one close by.