Problem: A sodium ion differs from a sodium atom in that the sodium ion(A) is an isotope of sodium(B) has fewer electrons(C) has a negative charge on its nucleus

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A sodium ion differs from a sodium atom in that the sodium ion

(A) is an isotope of sodium

(B) has fewer electrons

(C) has a negative charge on its nucleus

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