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Chlorine 37 can be represented as

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Chelsea Hayes on October 4, 2018

Answer:37 Cl17(37 is a superscript to the left of the symbol, and the 17 is a subscript to the left of the symbol)Explanation:1) the Chlorine-37 is the chlorine isotope with mass number 37.2) The atomic mass of chlorine is 17. All chlorine atoms have the same atomic number (all atoms of an element have the same atomic number). You can find this number on a periodic table.3) The isotope of representation consists of: (i) the symbol of The element (Cl in this case) in the centre of the representation.(ii) The mass number (37) as a superscript to the left of the symbol. That is:37 Cliii) atomic number (17) as a subscript to the left of the symbol. To complete the representation in this way:37 Cl17


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