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The differentiation (more or less) of neutrons in an atom results in its formation of isotopes( same atomic number but different mass numbers).
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The difference of neutrons present in a nucleus of an atom does not change much of its characteristics (they are changed by presence or absence of protons) , rather it gives rise to isotopes of that respective element {isotopes are atoms of an element with same atomic number (number of protons ) but different mass number (sum of neutrons and electrons/protons).
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