Problem: Be sure to answer all parts.Part 1 of 2Do both members of the following pairs have the same number of protons? Neutrons? Electrons? 3H1 and 3He2             (i) Protons are equal. (ii) Protons are NOT equal. (iii) Neutrons are equal. (iv) Neutrons are NOT equal. (v) Electrons are equal. (vi) Electrons are NOT equal.  

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(i) Protons are equal. (False, atomic number = proton)

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Be sure to answer all parts.

Part 1 of 2

Do both members of the following pairs have the same number of protons? Neutrons? Electrons? 

3H1 and 3He2             

(i) Protons are equal. 

(ii) Protons are NOT equal. 

(iii) Neutrons are equal. 

(iv) Neutrons are NOT equal. 

(v) Electrons are equal. 

(vi) Electrons are NOT equal.  

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