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How are isotopes of an element alike?

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They have the same chemical properties. They have the same number of protons.
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Same number of protons. different number of neutrons.
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Different isotopes of an element have the same atomic no., but different mass numbers because each isotope of an element contains different numbers of neutrons.
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