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How are the isotopes of a particular element alike?

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How are the isotopes of a particular element alike?

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The isotopes of a particular element have the same atomic number, which means the number of protons in them are the same.

The mass number, however,...

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What Are Isotopes? - Definition, Types & Examples

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