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06 PeriodicTable&MolecReps

06 PeriodicTable&MolecReps - 2 H and tritium 3 H...

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1 1 80 40 ions detected per second 0 37 35 mass in amu In response to F of C 02-2 Exercise 4, a student submitted the following sketch of a mass spectrum of chlorine. Do you agree that this is a reasonable representation? A) Yes, good job! B) No, corrections are needed. 2 SmartWork Seems to be working this AM – really fast! Due dates have been extended. Must complete assignments to receive credit. The publisher and SmartWork crew apologize profusely!
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2 3 Definition of Isotope Isotopes are atoms of an element that have the same number of protons but different numbers of neutrons and therefore different masses. An isotope is a form of an element with a specific number of neutrons. For example, chlorine consists of the isotopes chlorine-35 and chlorine-37. 4 Usage An atom of the potassium-39 isotope has 20 neutrons. Hydrogen ( 1 H), deuterium (
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