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31 March, 08:46

Which of the following is a correct representation of the isotope of sulfur that has 19 neutrons? sulfur-19 sulfur-35 sulfur-16 sulfur-32

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  1. 31 March, 09:32
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    sulfur-35

    Explanation:

    Sulfur-35 is a radioactive isotope that contains 19 neutrons.

    Isotopes are represented with mass numbers. Mass number is the addition of number of proton and number of neutrons.

    The number of proton in sulfur = 16

    Number of neutron = 19

    So, mass number = no. of protons + no. of neutrons

    = 16 + 19

    = 35

    Hence, the correct answer is sulfur-35.
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