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calculate the average atomic mass of the hydrogen atom using the following data. ^1H natural abundance 99.985 and molar mass 1 ^2H natural abundance 0.015 and molar mass 2

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2 years ago

Arun
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```							1H = 99.985% 2H = 0.015% This means that a sample of hydrogen will contain 99.985% of 1H and 0.015% of 2H The average mass =[ (1x99.985) + (2x0.015)]/ (99.985 + 0.015)                                  = (99.985 + 0.03)/100                                 = 100.015/100                                 = 1.00015
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