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The basic animate[1] structure of fluorine, symbol F, an atom comprised of 9 protons, 10 neutrons, and 9 electrons.

In chemistry, fluorine (LH:12), symbol F, the 9th element (Z:9) of the periodic table, is an atom, with a mass of 19 amu, comprised of 9 protons, 10 neutrons, and 9 electrons; with an electron configuration of: [He] 2s2 2p5.


See main: Elemental composition of humans; Thims periodic table

The following is an early estimate of the percent fluorine in humans:

“The human body contains carbon 13.5%, hydrogen 9.1%, oxygen 72%, nitrogen 2.5%, phosphorus 1.15%, sodium 0.1 %, calcium 1.3%, magnesium 0.001%, iron 0.01%, and traces of silicon and fluorine.”
— Carl Kelsey (1916), The Physical Basis of Society (pg. 7) [2]

Presently, it is known that in humans, fluorine is the 13th most dominant element, by mass composition (0.004% mass), of the 26-elements in the standard human molecular formula.[3]

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  1. Fluorine – Giphy.com.
  2. Kelsey, Carl. (1916). The Physical Basis of Society (pg. 7). D. Appleton and Company.
  3. Thims, Libb. (2008). The Human Molecule (GB) (Amz) (Iss) (elemental composition table, pgs. 52-55). LuLu.

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