Determine atomic number and weight atomic number, Physics

Compared with an atom of atomic weight 12 and atomic number 6, the atom of atomic weight 13 and atomic number 6:

(1) Contains more neutrons        

(2) Contains more electrons

(3) Contains more protons   

(4) Is a different element

Ans:  Contains more neutrons

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