8. The most common element used in nuclear fission reactors is uranium. The three nuclides, U-233, U-235, and U-238, are isotopes of uranium

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8. The most common element used in nuclear fission reactors is uranium. The three nuclides, U-233, U-235, and U-238, are isotopes of uranium because they have the same number of protons per atom and…*
(1) the same number of electrons per atom
(2) the same number of neutrons per atom
(3) a different number of electrons per atom
(4) a different number of neutrons per atom​

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Mộc Miên 6 months 2021-07-11T13:07:29+00:00 1 Answers 88 views 0

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    2021-07-11T13:08:32+00:00

    Answer:(D) different number of neutrons per atom

    Explanation: Honestly, I just looked it up on Socratic.

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