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Explain how the atoms of one isotope differ from those of other isotopes of the same element.

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    ok so Elements differ from each otherr in the number of protons and neutrons that they have. An ion is an element with a larger or smaller number of electrons than what it originally had. An isotope is an atom with extra neutrons

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