anonymous
  • anonymous
Copper is composed of two naturally occurring isotopes: Cu−63 (69.170%) and Cu−65. The ratio of the masses of the two isotopes is 1.0318. What is the mass of Cu−63?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
In an isotope, it is given by this notation Element symbol-atomic mass.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you explain more please. I don't really understand what you said. Thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
In Cu-65 element symbol is Cu and 65 is the atomic mass.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
So, is the mass of Cu-63 equal to 63?
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Correct.

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