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Naturally occurring gallium consists of two isotopes. one of those is 71Ga with an isotopic mass of 70.9247050?

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an isotopic mass of 70.9247050 amu and an abundance of 39.892%. what is the mass number of the other isotope?
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  • jopa answered 4 years ago
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naturally occurring gallium consists of two isotopes. one of those is 71Ga with an isotopic mass of 70.9247050?
an isotopic mass of 70.9247050 amu and an abundance of 39.892%. what is the mass number of the other isotope?
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