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Some nitrogen atoms have seven neutrons and some have eight neutrons. These two forms of nitrogen are:
a. ions of each other
b. phases of each other
c. isotopes of each other

and how exactly do you know? My book doesn't cover this at all yet its in my homework so im not sure

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    Answer: c

    An isotope is the same element with a different number of neutrons.

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