All atoms have same atomic number because number of electrons in all atoms are same.

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Explanation

Every atom consist of nucleus or a positive center. The protons and neutrons are present with in the nucleus while electrons are present out side the nucleus. All these three subatomic particles construct an atom. The number of protons or number of electrons are the atomic number of an atom while the number of protons and number of neutrons are the mass number of an atom. A neutral atom have equal number of protons and electrons. In other words we can say that negative and positive charges are equal in magnitude and cancel the each other.

For example:

Atomic number of copper is 29 it have 29 electrons and 29 protons.

While its atomic mass is 63.546 and have 35 neutrons.

Explanation:

Atomic number of an atom is actually the sum of total number of protons present in it. And, atomic mass is the sum of total number of protons and neutrons present in an atom.

And, when an atom is neutral in nature then the number number of electrons present in it is equal to the number of protons in it.

For example, atomic number of copper is 29 and atomic mass of copper is 63.

This means that a sample of pure copper will have all atoms has an atomic number 29, that is, number of protons is 29.

And, number of electrons is also 29 and number of neutrons is 35.

Atomic number is one of the identity of a certain element. This entails how many proton are present inside the nucleus of the atom. The atom has three most well-known subatomic particles: (1) proton, (2) electron and (3) neutron. Both proton and neutron are found inside the nucleus while the electrons are in the energy level clouding outside the nucleus. The answer to this item therefore is that the atomic number of all the neutral atoms of copper is 29.

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