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 Common Isotopes of Barium?

Answer Barium is a chemical element with the atomic number 56, meaning its nucleus contains 56 protons. Its chemical symbol is Ba. Barium is a highly reactive, silvery white metal and is never found in na... Read More »
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How many isotopes does neodymium have?

Neodymium, an element in the lanthanide series, has seven naturally occurring isotopes. The natural element is composed of a mix of stable isotopes with mass numbers from Nd-142 to Nd-150. Accordin... Read More »
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How many isotopes of hydrogen are known?

There are three hydrogen isotopes. The most common isotope has no neutrons in the nucleus. Other isotopes--deuterium and tritium--contain one (deuterium) and two (tritium) neutrons within the atom.... Read More »
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What Is the Meaning of Isotopes?

Isotopes are atoms with the same number of electrons and protons but different numbers of neutrons. One element can have several different isotopes. They are all the same element but react in sligh... Read More »
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How to Calculate Isotopes?

The number of protons in an atom determine what element it is, but atoms can have different numbers of neutrons to give it a different mass. When two atoms of the same element have different number... Read More »
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