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    Warmheart

    Allotropes and isotopes show that similar substances can exist in wildly different variations, which make definition of chemical element not as much clear.

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    Florius Frammel

    Allotropes, or modifications can indeed have different properies. But they have nothing in common with isotopes. What all allotropes of an element have

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    Warmheart

    It is not those examples that you ask, just a mild example. Sulphur. At least 24 allotropic modifications of Sulphur are known. Greatly differing in color

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    Florius Frammel

    Sorry, but that's not true. The differences in qualities are rather small. So are differences in the chemical reaction of isotopes of a single chemical

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