Why is H+ referred to as a proton?

H+ ion referred to as a proton

Is it true or false !!!

Hydrogen ion is represented by H+ ion and it is also known as proton .

Diagram of Proton:

Formation of H+ ion:
How H+ ion is formed?

Hydrogen belongs to group 1 of the periodic table .Hydrogen having one electron ,one proton and no neutron.

When the hydrogen atom loses its one electron from the valence (outermost) shell results in the formation of hydrogen(H+) ion.

Hydrogen ion is also called proton because it having only one proton inside the nucleus of an atom .H+ ion does not contain electrons or neutrons.

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Is H+ ion electron deficient?

H+ ion is the electron deficient specie having no electrons (vacant shell) therefore it needs two electrons to complete its valence shell(duplet) and becomes stable.

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