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1 March, 14:03

The element silver has two naturally occurring isotopes 109Ag and 107Ag with a mass of 106.905u. silver consists of 51.82% 107Ag and has an average atomic mass of 107.868u. calculate the mass of 109 Ag

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  1. 2 March, 12:17
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    106.905*0.5182+0.4818x=107.868

    x=108.904 amu

    No, it can have several different isotopes that have a weighted average atomic mass of 52 amu.
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