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Textbook Problem

What are isotopes? Why do different isotopes of the same element have similar chemistries?

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The definition of an isotope and different isotopes of the same element have similar chemistries

Explanation

As the atoms of its each element has its unique number of protons and the same number of electrons. Many of the properties of atoms are related to this number usually known as atomic number Z, as well many properties of nuclei arise from both the value of Z and the value of the neutron number N, which is known as number of neutrons in the nucleus. For each element the most common configuration of N and Z corresponds to the most nuclide, nuclei of that element with a different number of neutrons is known as isotopes...

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