They have similar chemical properties because isotopes of an element have the same number of electrons as an atom of that element. The electron arrangement is the same owing to same chemical properties. However they have different numbers of neutrons, which affects the mass number.
For most elements, all their atoms have the same chemical properties.
Fluorine because it is in the same group (group 17) as Bromine therefore it has the same chemical properties
No. Atoms of the same element have the same chemical properties.
Chlorine ,Bromine and Iodine have same chemical properties as Fluorine.
Atoms of the same element have the same chemical properties. The only differences between atoms of the same element are the number of neutrons in the nucleus and the atomic weight of each isotope.
Bromine and iodine, which are in the same group as chlorine, have similar type of chemical characteristics.
Atoms with the similar characteristics or properties are found in the same group or chemical family on the periodic table. Groups are elements in the same chemical family. Within the same group elements have the same number of valence electrons which determines their chemical properties. Here are some characteristics of some of the groups:
The same? No. Similar? yes, Flourine, Bromine, Iodine. See "HALOGENS"
The chemical properties of atoms are significantly changed when they form compounds. When elements combine to form compounds it is called a chemical reaction. The compound is then a collection of molecules and each molecule has in it atoms from the elements used in the formation. The atoms in the molecule are still the same atoms as one started with, but the arrangement of the electrons in the atoms has changed. It is the electronic properties of atoms and molecules that really determine the properties they have and which chemical reactions occur and which do not. The chemical properties of an atom or molecule are determined by the arrangement of the electrons of that atom or molecule. Once atoms have gone through a chemical reaction, the electronic structure is changed. The atoms are the same identity, but the properties of the atoms have been changed by the chemical reaction.
Like almost all of the other elements bromine is a mixture of so-called isotopes. All of these isotopes are bromine and have almost identical chemical properties. They all have the same number of protons in the nuclei of their atoms. However, the numbers of neutrons in their nuclei vary. The atoms of some isotopes of bromine are a little heavier than the atoms of other isotopes. The atomic weight of bromine is the average weight of all of the isotopes of bromine, so it cannot be a whole number.
Elements with similar numbers of electrons in the outer shells of ther atoms tend to have similar chemical properties. This is why Bromine and Chlorine, for one example, and Neon and Argon, for another example, are said to belong to the same chemical "families".
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They both have the same number of valence electrons. (electrons on the outermost shell)
In any molecule containing a chemical bond between two atoms, irrespective of the relative sizes of the two bonded atoms, the chemical properties of the molecule will be different from the chemical properties of either bonded atom in isolation. the mixture is physical, properties from both elements get used. But if it is chemical, properties are totally new
It is, if the atoms are different isotopes. Different isotopes of the same element may act differently.
bromine,chlorine and iodine do not have the same physical properties like chlorine is a greenish yellow gas,bromine is brown and iodine is purple liquid so generally they do not have the same physical properties.
They have the same number of valence electrons and similar chemical properties.
He concluded that all atoms of an element have same mass and identical chemical and physical properties.
Only the atoms of the same isotope of an element has identical properties.