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what are iso diaphers

what are iso diaphers

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3 Answers

Archith Sudheendra
42 Points
6 years ago
  1. We know that Isodiaphers have same difference in neutrons and protons, but I encountered another definition: Atoms which have same isotopic axis, they are called isodiaphers.
ng29
1698 Points
6 years ago
Atoms having same isotopic number are called isodiaphers. 
Mathematically, isotopic number (isotopic excess) = (N — Z) 
or (A — 2Z) where, N = No. of neutrons; Z = No. of protons
for example
92U235   and   90Th231
 
 
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grenade
2061 Points
6 years ago
 
In nuclear chemistry, isodiapher refers to nuclides which have different atomic numbers and mass numbers but the same difference between the number of neutrons (neutron number) and protons or electrons (proton number).
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