Problem: There are three isotopes of hydrogen, differing with respect to a. atomic mass. b. atomic number. c. nuclear charge. d. electron configuration. e. number of protons.

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There are three isotopes of hydrogen, differing with respect to

a. atomic mass.

b. atomic number.

c. nuclear charge.

d. electron configuration.

e. number of protons.

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