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23 January, 03:36

Which statement is completely accurate? (A) Atoms of the same element can have neutrons but exist without protons. (B) Atoms of the same element always have different numbers of neutrons. (C) Atoms of the same element can have different numbers of neutrons. (D) Atoms of the same element always have atomic weights.

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  1. 23 January, 05:07
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    Statement A is wrong because all atoms has protons and neutrons in the neucleus except for hydrogen that has only one proton in the neuclues. Statement B is also wrong. Statement C is correct as there exists isotopes which are atoms of the same element wich exist with different number of neutrons.
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