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How many isotopes are in sodium?

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1. Sodium has 20 isotopes and 2 isomers. 2. Only the isotope. 23. Na is stable. 3. The stable isotope. 23. Na and the radioactive isotopes. 22. Na and. 24. Na (these isotopes exist in traces) are natural isotopes.
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