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Are all atoms identical to other atoms?

No. Atoms of each element is different from atoms of other elements. For example, copper atoms and zinc atoms are different.


Atoms of each element are what from the atoms of all other elements?

different


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Atoms with the same charge are pushed away from each other. Atoms with different charge attract (unite)


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Atoms are differentiated by the number of protons in their nuclei.


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The subatomic particle that makes atoms of different elements different from each other is the proton. This is given as the atomic number of the element on the periodic table.


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Atoms differ in atomic number. The atomic number = the # of protons in the atom.


What is best shown on a bar graph?

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How do atoms woth different atomic numbers differ from each other?

The number of protons is different.


How are elements described in terms of the atoms?

Each chemical element has atoms with a specific number of protons, different from the atoms of other elements.


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How do atoms and molecules compare and contrast to each other?

molecules- the smallest physical unit of an element or compound, consisting of one or more like atoms in an element and two or more different atoms in a compound.atoms- the smallest compound of an element, still having the properties of that element.


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How is the movement of the electrons different when the atoms are close?

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Two atoms have the same number of protons but different numbers of neutron's. what can you conclude about these two atoms?

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Each element is different so for a certain element to be define/determined it has different atoms to make it up so no other element has the same atoms


Are beryllium atoms identical?

Each atom of an isotope of beryllium (or of another element) is different from the atoms of an other isotope. But all the atoms of an isotope are identical.


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When atoms get close to one another the magnetic force repels each other or attracts each other.


Do atoms of different elements combine the same?

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How do atoms with different atomic numbers differ from each other?

It is because that they have a different number of protons and neutrons and electrons.


What are the atoms like in a compound?

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