How do different isotopes of the same element compare?
Well, the isotopes certainly have the same number of nuclear protons, fundamental, positively-charged nuclear particles.
And for more details see the following site with respect to the isotopes of hydrogen. The hydrogen isotopes are highly useful species to interrogate when we characterize typical organic compounds because (i) they have different magnetic properties, and may be examined by
On the other hand, the
As isotopes(atoms of same element having same atomic number but different mass number) have same number of electrons therefore shows similar chemical properties.
But, the mass no.(no.of neutrons+no.of protons) are different.Therefore Isotopes have different mass related properties.