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 Are all atoms of an element identical in their structure?

Answer All atoms of an element contain the same number of protons in their nucleus. However, the number of neutrons may vary among isotopes of an element, and the number of electrons may vary, depending o... Read More »
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Which element has the most atoms?

An element is a substance containing atoms that have the same number of protons. Chemically, elements are the simplest substances and cannot break down further except by using nuclear processes, wh... Read More »
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Do all atoms of an element weigh the same?

All atoms of an element do not share the same weight. The mass of an atom is the sum of the protons and neutrons in an atom. Isotopes of an element share the same number of protons but vary in the ... Read More »
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Are all atoms of an element neutral?

All atoms of an element in its pure elemental state are electrically neutral. When elements form compounds with other elements, however, they tend to gain or lose electrons. Sodium, for example, ex... Read More »
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Which element has the lightest atoms?

Hydrogen, with only a single proton, is the lightest element. While there is theoretically no limit to how heavy an element could be, each must contain at least one proton to actually be an element... Read More »
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