Video: Isotopes of Hydrogen

Hydrogen is often given as an example of isotopes. Note that the three stable isotopes of Hydrogen are given special names. No other isotopes have special names.

Isotopes of Hydrogen: Protium, Deuterium, and Tritium

Protium is the only isotope that exists without any neutrons. It has one proton and one electron.

Exercise 3: How is Hydrogen different from other elements?

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