Neutrons is determined by subtracting the atomic number from the atomic mass. In the case of H+, the atomic number is 1. The mass could be 1,2, or 3, depending on the isotope. Generally it is zero neutrons but there are 2 other isotopes of hydrogen that have 1 or 2 neutrons. If H has lost its 1 lelectron, then it has none.
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