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WHERE ARE ISOTOPES OF THE SAME ELEMENT HAVING DIFFERENT ATOMIC MASSES PLACED IN THE PERIODIC TABLE ?WHY?

Asked by Himanshu(student) , on 7/3/14

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 Hi 

All the isotopes are placed in the same place where their corresponding elements are placed it is just beacuse the atomic no. of all isotopes are same & atomic no. is fundamental property  of the modern periodic table . :)

Posted by Vikhyat Gupta(student)on 8/2/11

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ok thanx,now plz ans other Qs.......plz

Posted by Simply Awsum(student)on 8/2/11

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All the isotopes are placed in the same place where their corresponding elements are placed it is just beacuse the atomic no. of all isotopes are same & atomic no. is fundamental property of the modern periodic table . :)

Posted by Mkmaurya(student)on 1/3/13

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the isotopes of same element are placed with their corresponding elements because in modern periodic table the arrangement has been done on the basis of atomic no. so isotopes of same element have same atomic no.whereas in mendleeve it is based on atomic mass which is different for isotopes.

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Posted by Ganesha Ram Mur...(student)on 4/3/14

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