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A particular element found in nature exists as two stable isotopes. 60.4% of the element has a mass of 68.9257amu, the rest of the element is found with a mass of 70.9249 amu. Calculate the average atomic mass of the element.

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    Amu 1 - 68.9257 Amu 1 percent abundance - 60.4% Amu 2 - 70.9249 Amu 2 percent abundance would be (100%-60.4%)=? since there are only 2 stable isotopes (Amu 1)(Amu 1 percent abundance) + (Amu 2)(Amu 2 percent abundance)

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