# Isotope Notation

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Isotope Notation### Questions

- What is the isotope notation for lithium?
- What is the isotope notation for carbon-14?
- What is the isotope notation for cobalt?
- In an isotope, which part of the atom changes?
- What are some examples of isotope notations?
- What are some common mistakes students make with isotope notation?
- What is an isotope?
- What does the superscript of an isotope notation mean?
- How many neutrons does Uranium-238 have if it has 92 protons?
- What is the difference between isotope notation and hyphen notation?
- What is the advantage of using isotope notation instead of hyphen notation?
- Is the isotopic symbol the same as the isotope notation?
- What is the isotope symbol for an atom that contain 2 protons and 1 neutron?
- What is the isotope symbol for an atom that contain 82 protons and 125 neutrons?
- How do you represent the nucleus using isotopic notation?
- Why is isotope notation important?
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- How are isotopes named?
- How would you give the nuclear symbol for the isotope of gallium, Ga, that contains 40 neutrons per atom?
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- The atomic number of nitrogen is 7. How many protons, neutrons, and electrons make up an atom of nitrogen-15?
- What is the correct symbol for an isotope of iodine with 53 protons and 78 neutrons?
- An element containing 30 protons, 30 electrons and 26 neutrons will have what symbol?
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- Sodium has 11 protons and 12 neutrons. What is its isotope notation?
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- Chlorine has two principle isotopes, Cl-35 and Cl-37. How do you write out these isotopes in correct isotope notation?
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- What is the nuclear notation for a silicon atom that has #15# neutrons?
- A research article indicates that researchers have used an isotope #"^3H# ti trace a certain metabolic process. From the symbol that is given, how many proton, neutrons, and electrons does this hydrogen isotope have?
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- Fill in the blank in each of the following nuclear equations. You will need to enter either a form of radiation or an isotope. If it is the latter, you must fully identify the isotope in superscript/subscript notation?
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- How many neutrons does isotope sodium-20 have?
- How do we find the number of neutrons in the #""^31P# isotope?
- How do we represent a carbon atom that contains EIGHT neutrons symbolically?
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- What is the nuclide symbol and nuclide name described by the following particle: 92 protons and 146 neutrons?
- What does the number 84 in the name krypton-84 represent?
- What is the isotope symbol for oxygen-18?
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- How many electrons, protons, and neutrons does nitrogen-14 have? Is it an anion or cation?
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