Chemistry
Atoms and Atomic Structure

Why are all atoms of the same type different?

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11/27/2007

The atoms may be slightly different in shape or size etc. however if they are all of the same type they will all behave and react in the same way. Eg. Two atoms of Frankium may be different in the ways I have described but their chemical properties, behaviour and reactivity are the same.