National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Is every atom an element? An isotope of the element is the same element but with a different mass.
The number of valence electrons determines the behavior with other atoms.
The smallest unit of an element, consisting of at least one proton and for all elements except hydrogen one or more neutrons in a dense central nucleus, surrounded by one or more shells of electrons.
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