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  • Isotopes

    Q. What is Isotopes?
    Ans. Atoms of the same element having same atomic number but different atomic weights (mass numbers) are known as isotopes.
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    Re: Isotopes

    An isotope is a variant on a basic element, a substance made of atoms with a different number of neutrons than is typical. Except for hydrogen, every atomic nucleus in normal matter is made of both protons and neutrons; the only question is how many of each there are. Typically, the number of protons and neutrons is the same. In an isotope, this balance is frequently broken. For example, 238U, the most common state of uranium, has three more neutrons than 235U, the form used in nuclear weapons.

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