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The atomic mass of an element depends upon the _____. A) mass of each electron in that element B) mass of each isotope of that element C) relative abundance of protons in that element D) mass and
relative abundance of each isotope of that element
The atomic mass of an element depends upon the D) mass and relative abundance of each isotope of that element.
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