Hydrogen has different names that are in common usage today. Hydrogen-2 is called deuterium. Hydrogen-3 is usually called tritium. The symbols D and T are used fro deuterium and tritium instead of 2H and 3H.
H-1, H-2, H-3
Yes, all forms of hydrogen atoms are isotopes of the element. H-3 is one of the three possible isotopes of hydrogen.
These are the natural isotopes of C, O and H.
Isotopes of an element have the ssame number of protons (and therefore, atomic number), but different numbers of neutrons (and therefore, atomic masses). Isotopes are abbreviated by the atomic mass followed by the atomic symbol. Three isotopes of hydrogen exist: hydrogen, 1-H; deuterium, 2-H; and tritium, 3-H. Each of these isotopes has one proton (which gives them and atomic number of 1: hydrogen), and they have 0, 1, or 2 neutrons, respectively.
The isotopes protium (H-1) and deuterium (H-2) are stable; tritium (H-3) and artificial isotopes are unstable.
H-1 has one proton H-2 has one proton and one neutron H-3 has one proton and two neutrons
there are three isotopes for hydrogen
There are three natural isotopes.
All isotopes of hydrogen have 1 proton and 1 electron; the isotope H-1 (protium) hasn't a neutron. the mass is 1.Other isotopes are:- H-2 (deuterium): 1 p, 1n, 1e; mass 2.- H-3: 1 p, 2n, 1e; mass 3.- H-4: 1 p, 3n, 1e; mass 4.- H-5: 1 p, 4n, 1e; mass 5.- H-6: 1 p, 5n, 1e; mass 6.- H-7: 1 p, 6n, 1e; mass 7.H-1, H-2 and H-3 are natural isotopes; H-1 and H-2 are stable isotopes.Isotopes from H-3 to H-7 are radioactive and unstable.
No the atomic number is same for the three isotopes of hydrogen (it is 1). The three isotopes of hydrogen differ by the number of neutrons.
H-1, H-2, H-3
Hydrogen has three isotopes
H-1 h-2 h-3
These three natural isotopes of carbon have a different number of neutrons.
For example uranium has 3 natural isotopes, all radioactive U-234, U-235, U-238. Also hydrogen has 3 natural isotopes: H-1, H-2 (deuterium), H-3 (tritium) and 3 artificial isotopes; H-4, H-5, H-6. All the chemical elements has isotopes, stables or radioactive, naturals or artificial. like oxygen have 3 isotopes O-16,O-17,O-18. lithium have 2 isotopes like Li-6,Li-7.and many other like magnesium have 3 natural isotopes,Mg-24,Mg-25,Mg-26.
Two other isotopes of 1H (hydrogen) are2H (called deuterium, D) has 2 protons3H (called tritium, T) has 3 protons
Chemically isotopes (excepting H,D,T) are identical.
Different isotopes of the same element have a different number of neutrons. This makes different isotopes chemically similar, but the nuclei are very different things. For example, H-1 and H-2 are stable, whereas H-3 is radioactive, with a half-life of about 18 years.
Uranium has three natural isotopes (234, 235, 238) and 26 artificial isotopes and isomers.
number of neutrons are diffrent in all thee isotopes
There are three stable isotopes of Chromium 52Cr, 53Cr, and 54Cr.
Natural uranium has three isotopes: U-234, U-235 and U-238.
Each of the three known isotopes of hydrogen has 1 proton in the nucleus.