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how are the elements in a pair of isotopes the same? how do they differ?
And also if you know anything about the atomic structure phrase apeman i could use some serious help right now i have a test tommoro and i cant remember all the material

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    Isotopes. They have the same atomic number (same number of protons), a different number of neutrons (mass number is different), and the same number of electrons.

    As for the Apeman I never heard of it; however, I googled atomic structure by apeman and it returned this link. Apparently it is a presentation of the periodic table by a talking ape.
    Hope this helps.
    http://www.slideshare.net/skyearth/apeman-and-atomic-theory

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