Chemistry (12th Edition)

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Chapter 6 - The Periodic Table - 6.1 Organizing the Elements - 6.1 Lesson Check: 8

Answer

The atomic number defines the element given. It will always be the same for each specific element. The atomic mass is a weighted average of the isotopes of an element.

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The atomic number defines the element given. It will always be the same for each specific element. The atomic mass is a weighted average of the isotopes of an element.
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