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What is meant by saying an element exists in several isotopic forms? Do isotopes of a given element have similar chemical properties? Explain.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Interpret whether isotope having similar or different chemical isotope.

Concept Introduction:

Isotopes are properties of an element having different atomic mass but same atomic number.

Like: hydrogen, deuterium and tritium.

Each element has an isotopes, isotopes are responsible for the mass of an element to be taken as fraction. Isotopes of the element has some of the property are similar to each other.

Isotopic species has same atomic number means number of proton but number of neutron is different.

Explanation

Isotopes are the chemical species belongs to same atom having same atomic number but with different molar mass.

Such as 1H1 and 1H2 are the isotopes of hydrogen having same atomic number that is 1 but different mass number that is 1 u and 2 u...

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