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How is the atomic structure of a Copper differ from Germanium, Silicon and Gallium Arsenide ?
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    The question is a little confusing to me but I would answer that they have different number of protons, different number of neutrons, and different number of electrons.
    But your question MAY means copper arsenide, germanium arsenide, silicon arsenide etc.

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