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Hi, Im trying to understand this. If i have Cl35 and Cl37 what would their differences be in physical property?

Im assuming boiling point and melting point obviously, but are there any more? Atomic weight or ionization energy?

Thnx :)

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    The mass is different, too. I would expect the difference in ionization energy, if any, to be very small.

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    thnks :)

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