Problem: If a fluorine atom has an atomic weight of 16 and another has an atomic weight of 18 then these atoms are: a. enantiomers b. isotopes c. isomers d. radioactive e. unstable f. ions g. more than one of the above is correct

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If a fluorine atom has an atomic weight of 16 and another has an atomic weight of 18 then these atoms are:

a. enantiomers

b. isotopes

c. isomers

d. radioactive

e. unstable

f. ions

g. more than one of the above is correct

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