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naturally occuring boron consist of 80℅ nuclidic mass 11.01 and 20℅ another isotope.to account for the atomic weight is 10.81.what must be the nuclidic mass of the other isotope

naturally occuring boron consist of 80℅ nuclidic mass 11.01 and 20℅ another isotope.to account for the atomic weight is 10.81.what must be the nuclidic mass of the other isotope

Grade:11

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
boron consist of 80℅ nuclidic mass 11.01 and 20℅ another isotope.to account for the atomic weight is 10.81 then,
(80*11.01 + 20*y)/(x+11.01) = 10.81
solve for x to find the other isotope.

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