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Q: Suppose the isotopic ratio of the two boron isotopes B (10.013 amu) and 11B (11.009 amu) in a sample has been altered from the ratio found in nature and now contains 58.73% 10B in the sample.
Determine the atomic weight of this sample of boron. a. 10.013 amu b. 10.511 amu c. 10.498 amu d. 10.424 amu e. 11.009 amu
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