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The number written at the end of isotope is named as mass number.
Isotopes are defined as the chemical species of the same element which differ from its mass number. These species have same number of protons but have different number of neutrons among them.
For Example: The isotope of carbon which is C-14
Here, C represents the symbol of the element and the number represents the mass number of the element.
Hence, the number written at the end of isotope is named as mass number.
The correct answer is mass number.
An isotope is a chemical compound of the same element which only differ in the number of neutrons. The number of protons and electrons remain same for two isotopes. This means isotopes have different mass number but have same atomic number.
When we write an isotope, the number at the end of the isotope's name is the mass number.
When writing an isotope: Chlorine-35, the number 35 represents the atomic mass and not atomic number.
Hence, the correct answer is mass number.
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The liquid contains only one element. -The liquid is a pure substance. The number at the end of an isotope's name is the -mass number. While looking at xenon (Xe) on the periodic table, a student needs to find an element with a smaller atomic mass in the same group.
The number at the end of an isotope's name is the (C.) mass number.