Chelsea Q.

asked • 11/14/19

Oxygen (atomic mass = 15.9949 amu) has three isotopes with masses 15.9949 amu, 16.9993 amu, and 17.9992 amu. The abundance of the last isotope is 0.204%.

Oxygen (atomic mass = 15.9949 amu) has three isotopes with masses 15.9949 amu, 16.9993 amu, and 17.9992 amu. The abundance of the last isotope is 0.204%. Estimate the abundance of the other two isotopes.

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William W. answered • 11/14/19

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