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We provide homework assignment help in all areas of Nuclear and Particle Physics listed below. Nuclide is a particular species of atoms whose nucleus contains a specified number of protons and a specified number of neutrons (protons and neutrons that form a nucleus) (Wamiq, Kirk) Isotopes are element nuclides with the same number of proton but different number of neutrons. (Wamiq, Kirk) Isotopes: Atoms that have the same atomic number but have a different neutron matter.

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