ISOTOPES ISOBARS ISOTONES ISOMERS PDF
What are the Isotopes, Isobars and Isotones of an Element. The proton number of an atom determines the type of element. For example, the. Isotopes are atoms having same atomic number(Protons) but different mass number. i.e., the number of neutrons are different. Hence the atomic weights of the. These are the elements having same atomic number but different mass number. They have the same atomic number because the number of protons inside their.
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So can the motor be called AC Motor? If yes then we all know that electrical devices like the radios, televisions, stereo sets, etc work on dc but not ac, then how is the motors in them designed? Already have an account?
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Isotopes, Isobars and Isotones
ContinueI understand this browser is not compatible. Please enter the verification code sent to your mobile number. What are known as Isobars,Isomers,Isotopes and Isotones? What is mean by Iso in there names? Asked by Udit Lilhare 22nd January4: Isobars are elements with same mass number but different atomic number. Isomers are elements with same molecular formula but different structures.
What are known as Isobars,Isomers,Isotopes and Isotones?What is mean by Iso in there names?
Isotopes are elements with same atomic number and different atomic mass number. Isotones are elements with same number of neutrons but different number of protons. The word ‘iso’ iosmers ‘same’. Answered by Expert 22nd January4: Your answer has been posted successfully! Browse free questions and answers by Chapters 1 Life Processes.
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