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Ch.1 - Intro to General Chemistry
Ch.2 - Atoms & Elements
Ch.3 - Chemical Reactions
BONUS: Lab Techniques and Procedures
BONUS: Mathematical Operations and Functions
Ch.4 - Chemical Quantities & Aqueous Reactions
Ch.5 - Gases
Ch.6 - Thermochemistry
Ch.7 - Quantum Mechanics
Ch.8 - Periodic Properties of the Elements
Ch.9 - Bonding & Molecular Structure
Ch.10 - Molecular Shapes & Valence Bond Theory
Ch.11 - Liquids, Solids & Intermolecular Forces
Ch.12 - Solutions
Ch.13 - Chemical Kinetics
Ch.14 - Chemical Equilibrium
Ch.15 - Acid and Base Equilibrium
Ch.16 - Aqueous Equilibrium
Ch. 17 - Chemical Thermodynamics
Ch.18 - Electrochemistry
Ch.19 - Nuclear Chemistry
Ch.20 - Organic Chemistry
Ch.22 - Chemistry of the Nonmetals
Ch.23 - Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds

Isotopes represent atoms of an element that contain the same atomic number (same number of protons), but different mass numbers (different number of neutrons). 

Atomic Mass

The atomic mass of an element that you find on the periodic table represents the average masses of its isotopes. 

Recall that the mass number or atomic mass of an element represents the total number of its protons and neutrons, while the atomic number represents the total number of its protons. 

Concept #1: The atomic masses listed for the elements on the periodic table are the average masses of their isotopes. 

Isotopes are elements with the same number of protons, but different number of neutrons.

Concept #2: Calculating the average mass of an element

Example #1: Antimony has two common isotopes. If one of the isotopes 121Sb has an isotopic mass of 120.9038 amu and a natural abundance of 57.25%, what is the isotopic mass (to 4 significant figures) of the other isotope? The atomic mass of antimony is 121.8 g/mol. 

Example #2: The atomic mass of an imaginary element A is 251.7 amu. If element A consists of two isotopes that have atomic masses of 250 and 253 respectively, what is the natural abundance of each isotope?

A lesser known term referred to as isotones involves atoms that have the same number of neutrons, but different number of protons

Additional Problems
Naturally occurring bromine consists of two isotopes, 79Br and 81Br with isotopic masses of 78.9183 and 80.9163, respectively. Given that the observed atomic mass of bromine is 79.904, calculate the percent abundance of 79Br and 81Br in naturally occurring bromine. 
The element antimony has an atomic weight of 121.757 amu and only two naturally occurring isotopes. One isotope has an abundance of 57.30% and an isotopic mass of 120.904. Based on these data, what is the mass of the second isotope?
Gallium is a metal with a wide variety of uses (e.g., light-emitting diodes, lasers, medical imaging). Fill in the missing isotopic data on gallium in the table.
Assume that potassium (atomic mass = 39.10) has only two isotopes, one of which is potassium-39 (isotopic mass = 38.9637 amu, abundance = 93.258%). What is the mass of the second isotope? A. 43.06 amu B. 40.95 amu C. 42.05 amu D. 39.97 amu E. 41.88 amu
An unknown element E is found to have two isotopes. The atomic mass of E is 57.15 amu. The mass of the first isotope E - 56 is 56.482 amu, and its natural abundance is 69.19%. Calculate the mass of the second isotope of E? a. 68.38 amu b. 54.98 amu c. 58.65 amu d. 57.82 amu e. 56.82 amu
Consider the following three pairs of species: I. 55Fe3+ and 56Fe2+ II. Na+ and Ne III. 13C and 14C Which of the following statements is  NOT true?   A) I and III both contain pairs of isotopes. B) II shows two species with different number of electrons. C) III shows two species with different mass numbers, but the same atomic numbers. D) I shows two species with the same number of protons.
Which of the following symbols represent isotopes of nitrogen? a. i only b. ii only c. iii only d. i and ii e. i and iii
Calculate the atomic mass of element "X", if it has 2 naturally occurring isotopes with the following masses and natural abundances: X-45          44.8776 amu         32.88% X-47          46.9443 amu         67.12%   A) 46.26 amu B) 45.91 amu C) 46.34 amu D) 46.84 amu E) 44.99 amu
An element has three isotopes. Given the abundances and relative masses, calculate the average atomic mass and determine (from the periodic table) which element it is.      
Rubidium (Rb) has only two naturally occurring isotopes. The first isotope has a mass of exactly 86.909 amu and the second isotope has a percent abundance of 72.17%. What is the mass of the second isotope in amu? a. 83.99 g/mol b. 84.91 g/mol c. 85.49 g/mol d. 85.49 g/mol e. 84.91 g/mol
Fill in the blank spaces and write out all the symbols in the left hand column in full, in the form AZX  (i.e., include the appropriate values of Z and A as well as the correct symbol X).  
Calculate the atomic mass of element ʺXʺ, if it has 2 naturally occurring isotopes with the following masses and natural abundances: X-45      44.8776 amu      32.88% X-47      46.9443 amu      67.12% A) 46.27 amu B) 45.91 amu C) 46.34 amu D) 46.84 amu E) 44.99 amu
Write isotopic symbols of the form AzX  for each isotope.  a. The copper isotope with 34 neutrons
Write isotopic symbols of the form AzX  for each isotope.  b. The copper isotope with 36 neutrons 
Write isotopic symbols of the form AzX  for each isotope.  c. the potassium isotope with 21 neutrons 
Write isotopic symbols of the form AzX  for each isotope.  d. the argon isotope with 22 neutrons
An unknown element, X, has three naturally occurring isotopes. The masses of the three isotopes are 54.335, 59.345 and 62.349 The two have a percent abundance of 35.528% and 38.136% respectively. What is the average mass of the element? a. 58.676 b. 65.713 c. 58.481 d. 58.356 e. 58.873
Complete the following table.
Iron has four stable isotopes; their masses and natural abundances are listed in the table.  Calculate the average atomic mass of iron, in amu. 
Naturally occuring iodine has an atomic mass of 126.9045. A 12.3849-g sample of iodine is accidentally contaminated with an additional 1.00070 g of 129l, a synthetic radioisotope of iodine used in the treatment of certain diseases of the thyroid gland. The mass of 129l, is 128.9050 amu. Find the apparent "atomic mass" of the contaminated iodine.
Nuclei with the same number of  neutrons but different mass numbers are called isotones. Write the symbols of four isotones of  236Th.
Boron and Fluorine.  Give the number of protons and neutrons in the following isotopes: 1. boron-10         _____ protons      _____neutrons 2. boron-11         _____ protons      _____neutrons 3. fluorine-19      _____ protons      _____neutrons  
Determine the element that is represented by the symbol below. (A) iron (B) germanium (C) barium (D) chromium
Which term best characterizes the relationship of hydrogen to deuterium? (A) allotropes (B) isomers (C) isotopes (D) polymers
Lithium has only two naturally occurring isotopes. The mass of lithium-6 is 6.01512 amu and the mass of lithium-7 is 7.01601 amu. Calculate the relative abundances of the two isotopes. 
Gallium consists of two naturally-occurring isotopes, 69Ga and 71Ga, with masses of 68.926 and 70.926 amu, respectively. Given that 69Ga is 60.3% abundant, what is the average molar mass of Ga?
The element X occurs naturally to the extent of 20.0% 12X and 80.0% 13X. The atomic mass of X is nearest (A) 12.2 (B) 12.5 (C) 12.8 (D) 13.0
There are three isotopes of hydrogen, differing with respect to a. atomic mass. b. atomic number. c. nuclear charge. d. electron configuration. e. number of protons.
Magnesium has three naturally occurring isotopes with the following masses and natural abundances: Calculate the atomic mass of magnesium and sketch its mass spectrum. 
Atoms of the same element with different mass numbers are called a. allotropes b. chemical families c. nucleons d. neutrons e. isotopes
An element has four naturally occurring isotopes with the masses and natural abundances given here. Find the atomic mass of the element and identify it. 
Vanadium has two naturally occurring isotopes, 50V with an atomic mass of 49.9472 amu and 51V with an atomic mass of 50.9440. The atomic weight of vanadium is 50.9315. The percent abundances of the vanadium isotopes are _______ % 50V and __________% 51V.  a. 0.25, 99.75 b. 99.75, 0.25 c. 49, 51 d. 1.25, 98.75 e. 99, 1.0
For the next three questions consider a 10 L sample of gaseous chlorine atoms in their natural relative abundances (3:1 35Cl : 37Cl). The Cl atoms react to form Cl2 gas. Which is the most likely mass spectrum of the products?
The fictional element kryptonite (lets give it the symbol Kt) associated with Superman's home planet of Krypton could be said to consist of two isotopes with the following abundances. Estimate the approximate atomic mass of kryptonite. Kt  285; 70.0% Kt  289; 30.0% a. 288.2 amu b. 286.2 amu c. 284,6 amu d. 282.6 amu e. 280.3 amu
Silicon has three naturally occurring isotopes (Si-28, Si-29, and Si-30). The mass and natural abundance of Si-28 are 27.9769 amu and 92.2%, respectively. The mass and natural abundance of Si-29 are 28.9765 amu and 4.67%, respectively. Find the mass and natural abundance of Si-30. 
Which box below represent isotopes of each other (each box represents a single atom)? A. I and II B. II and III C. II and IV D. III and IV E. I and III
Naturally occurring cobalt consists of only one isotope,  59Co, whose relative atomic mass is 58.9332. A synthetic radioactive isotope of cobalt, 60Co, relative atomic mass 59.9338, is used in radiation therapy for cancer. A 1.5886-g sample of cobalt has an apparent "atomic mass" of 58.9901. Find the mass of 60Co in this sample. 
Silver has an atomic mass of 107.868 amu and only two naturally-occurring isotopes. The Ag-109 isotope (108.905 amu) has a natural abundance of 48.16%. What is the mass (in amu) of the other isotope? Express your final answer using 6 significant figures. A. 106.911 amu B. 106.908 amu C. 106.903 amu D. 106.905 amu E. 106.899 amu
Boron has two naturally occurring isotopes, 10B has a mass of 10.013 amu and 11B has a mass of 11.009 amu. What is the natural or % abundance of the  10B isotope? 
Fill in the requested information. a) How many protons, electrons and neutrons does tin(IV)-120 have?   b) Write the atomic symbol for the tin isotope in a).   c) What is the mass number of the isotope of rubidium that has 49 neutrons?   d) Which neutral element could have an isotope with 38 neutrons for a mass number of 72?
The number of ____defines the element; and isotopes differ in the number of ______. A. electrons; neutrons B. protons; neutrons C. protons; electrons D. neutrons; protons E. electrons; protons
Determine the number of protons, neutrons and electrons in the following: A) p+= 18 n° = 22 e- = 40 B) p+= 40 n° = 22 e- = 18 C) p+= 18 n° = 22 e- = 18 D) p+= 18 n° = 18 e- = 2 E) p+= 22 n° = 18 e- = 18
Chlorine has 2 naturally occurring isotopes, Cl-35 and Cl-37.  Which is generally true?  a)  Cl-35 has the greater abundance. b)  The relative abundances are the same. c)  The relative abundances are never known. d)  Cl-37 has the greater abundance. e)  There has to be a third naturally occurring isotope. 
Gallium has two naturally occurring isotopes, 69Ga and 71Ga, with masses of 68.9257 amu and 70.9249 amu, respectively.  Calculate the % abundance of the two isotopes of Ga.   Atomic Mass of Ga = 69.723 amu 
In which pair are the two species  both isoelectronic and isotopic? 
Only three isotopes of magnesium exist on earth. 24Mg is the most common form at 78.70% natural abundance with a mass of 23.98504 amu, 25Mg has a 10.13% natural abundance, while 26Mg has a natural abundance of 11.17% and a mass of 25.98259 amu. What is the mass of the 25Mg isotope?
A 14-g sample of which isotope will have the largest number of atoms? a. 13C b. 14C c. 13N d. 14N e. They would all have the same number of atoms.
Sulfur has four isotopes: S–32 (31.97 amu), S–33 (32.97 amu), S–34 (33.97 amu), and S–36 (35.97 amu). Which of these isotopes is the most abundant?       1. S–32              2. S–33              3. S–34              4. S–36
The atomic masses in the periodic table are not integral numbers. For example, carbon is listed as 12.01115 instead of 12.00000. What is the reason for this? A. Atoms gain and lose electrons easily, significantly changing their masses. B. Measurements taken of atomic samples are contaminated with other elements. C. Technology does not allow for exact measurements of such small quantities. D. The listed values are weighted averages of naturally occurring isotopes. E. There is a theoretical uncertainty in the masses of atoms.
Which of the following statements about isotopes is TRUE? A) Isotopes of the same element don't usually have the same properties. B) An isotope of an atom with a larger number of neutrons is larger than an isotope of the same atom that contains fewer neutrons. C) Isotopes of the same element differ only in the number of electrons they contain. D) Isotopes of the same element have the same mass. E) Some elements have 3 or more naturally occurring isotopes.
Suppose the element Z contains only two isotopes, 29Z (atomic mass 28.933 amu, abundance 43.03%) and 31Z (atomic mass 30.916 amu). What would be the atomic mass of Z that would appear in the periodic table?
A naturally occurring sample of an element contains only two isotopes. The first isotope has a mass of 68.9255 amu and a natural abundance of 60.11%. The second isotope has a mass of 70.9247 amu. Find the atomic mass of the element. a) 70.13 amu b) 69.72 amu c) 84.06 amu d) 69.93 amu
Conventional breeder reactors (oxymoron?) make more nuclear fuel from the isotopes they consume. For example, plutonium-239 converts thorium-232 to plutonium-239, which can be used to power another breeder reactor.  Give the number of protons and neutrons in the following isotopes:  thorium-232 ____ protons     _____ neutrons 
Calculate the atomic mass of silver if silver has 2 naturally occurring isotopes with the following masses and natural abundances: Ag-107                           106.90509                      amu 51.84% Ag-109                           108.90476                      amu 48.46% A) 108.19 amu B) 107.90 amu C) 108.32 amu D) 108.00 amu E) 107.79 amu
Conventional breeder reactors (oxymoron?) make more nuclear fuel from the isotopes they consume. For example, plutonium-239 converts thorium-232 to plutonium-239, which can be used to power another breeder reactor.  Give the number of protons and neutrons in the following isotopes:  thorium-239 ____ protons     _____ neutrons 
The element X has three naturally occuring isotopes;  aX, bX, and cX, where a, b, and c represent the mass number. The masses (amu),except aX, and the percent abundances of the isotopes are given in the table below. The average atomic mass of X is 17.20 amu. What is the mass of aX in amu? a. 16.60 b. 16.67 c. 19.01 d. 18.11 e. 9.99
The atomic masses of 6Li and 7Li are 6.0151 amu and 7.0160 amu, respectively. Calculate the natural abundances of these two isotopes. The average atomic mass of Li is 6.941 amu.
An unknown element, X, has three naturally occurring isotopes. The masses of the threee isotropes are 22.356, 23.492, and 26.106. The first two have a percent abundance of 55.230% and 28.015%, respectively. What is the average mass of the element? A) 23.303 B) 26.242 C) 23.986 D) 18.929 E) 24.934
The mass number of an isotope is A. The number of protons in the nucleus B. The number of neutrons in the nucleus C. The number of electrons in the nucleus D. The sum of the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus E. The sum of the number of protons and electrons in the nucleus
Natural rubidium has the average mass of 85.4678 and is composed of isotopes 85Rb (mass = 84.9117) and 87Rb. The ratio of atoms 85Rb/87Rb in natural rubidium is 2.591. Calculate the mass of 87Rb.
An element consists of 1.40% of an isotope with mass 203.973 amu, 24.10% of an isotope with mass 205.9745 amu, 22.10% of an isotope with mass 206.9759 amu, and 52.40% of an isotope with mass 207.9766 amu. Calculate the average atomic mass and identify the element.
Write isotopic symbols of the form X-A (for example, C-13) for each isotopes.a.. the iodine isotope with 74 neutronsb. the phosphorus isotope with 16 neutronsc. the uranium isotope with 234 neutronsd. the argon isotope with 22 neutrons
The element rhenium (Re) has two naturally occurring isotopes, 185Re and 187Re, with an average atomic mass of 186.207 amu. Rhenium is 62.60% 187Re, and the atomic mass of 187Re is 186.956 amu. Calculate the mass of 185Re.
Assume silicon has three major isotopes in nature as shown in the table below. Fill in the missing information.Isotope                            Mass (amu)                   Abundance28Si                                     27.98                           ——––—29Si                                   ——––—                          4.70%32Si                                     29.97                              3.09%
The element europium exists in nature as two isotopes:  151Eu has a mass of 150.9196 amu, and 153Eu has a mass of 152.9209 amu. The average atomic mass of europium is 151.96 amu. Calculate the relative abundance of the two europium isotopes.
Boron obtained from borax deposits in Death Valley consists of two isotopes. They are boron -10 and boron -11 with atomic masses of 10.013 amu and 11.009 amu, respectively. The atomic mass of boron is 10.81 amu (see periodic table). Which isotope of boron is more abundant, boron-10 or boron-11?a. boron-11b. boron-10c. cannot be determined from data givend. neither, their abudances are the same.
The table below describes four atoms. Which atoms represent the same element?A) A and B represent the same elementB) A and C represent the same elementC) A and D represent the same elementD) B and C represent the same elementE) C and D represent the same element
Give the nuclear symbol for the isotope of gallium, Ga, that contains 40 neutrons per atom.
Calculate the atomic mass of gallium if gallium has 2 naturally occurring isotopes with the following masses and natural abundances:Ga-69      68.9256 amu      60.11%Ga-71      70.9247 amu      39.89%A) 69.72 amuB) 69.93 amuC) 70.00 amuD) 69.80 amuE) 70.68 amu
Determine the number of protons and neutrons in each  isotope.
Which of the following atoms contains the fewest protons?a. 46Tib. 47Tic. 49Tid. 50Tie. all contain the same number of protons. 
Which of the following statements is FALSE?(A) an atom consists of a positively charged, massive nucleus that occupies very little volume and electrons that go round the nucleus(B) the number of electrons in an atom is equal to the number of protons(C) the mass of an atom is equal to the number of protons + the number of neutrons(D) isotopes of an atom contain different numbers of electrons(E) the mass of a proton is approximately the same as the mass of a neutron
Which two of the atoms below have the same number of neutrons?
I think I discovered element 120, which would be the last element in the 2A column. It consists of two isotopes. The abundance of the first isotope is 68.00% and its atomic mass is 294.6 u. The abundance of the second isotope is _________ (you can figure this out since there are only two isotopes) and its atomic mass is 297.8 u. What is the average atomic mass of the element? a. 296.2 u b. 295.0 u c. 296.8 u d. 295.6 u e. 297.4 u  
On another planet, the isotopes of titanium have the following natural abundances. What is the average atomic mass of titanium on that planet?
There are two isotopes of the element gallium that appear in nature, 69Ga (M = 68.926 amu) and 71Ga (M = 70.924 amu). Given that the average atomic mass for gallium is M = 69.72 amu, what is the percent by number of the 69Ga isotope in naturally occurring gallium?A. 39.7%B. 97.0%C. 50.0%D. 60.3%E. 98.9%
Rank from highest to lowest molecular mass:D216O17O                 T 218O2                               D216O2  D218O2                         T216O2                                  H217O2T217O2                          H216O17O                     H  218O2
Which of the following represent isotopes? I: 3215X     II: 3216X     III: 3115X     IV: 3417X a. I and II b. I and IV c. I and III d. III and IV
Assume that a new element has only two isotopes E-182 and E-186 and its atomic mass is 184.3 amu. Which isotope is more abundant? a. E-182 b. E-186 c. I need more information to decide. 
Bromine has two naturally occurring isotopes. One of them, bromine-79, has a mass of 78.9183 amu and a natural isotopic abundance of 50.69%. Calculate the m/m % of the other isotope, bromine-81. Note: m/m % stands for the mass of Br-81 in grams contained in 100 grams of bromine element. 
A radioisotope which is sometimes used by doctors to pinpoint a brain tumor is a. carbon-12 b. lead-206 c. technetium-99 d. uranium-238
Which radioisotope is used to treat thyroid disorders? a. Co-60 b. I-131 c. C-14 d. U-238
A radioactive isotope used in the study of many organic reaction mechanisms is a. carbon-12 b. carbon-14 c. oxygen-16 d. oxygen-18
What isotope has 18 protons and 22 neutrons?
The atomic mass of copper is 63.546 amu. Do any copper isotopes have a mass of 63.546 amu? Explain.
Which of the following answers give the correct number of subatomic particles for the isotope given below?a. 13 protons, 27 neutrons and 13 electronsb. 13 protons, 14 neutrons and 16 electronsc. 13 protons, 14 neutrons and 10 electronsd. 27 protons, 13 neutrons and 13 electrons
Give the nuclear symbol (isotope symbol) for the isotope of bromine, Br, that contains 46 neutrons per atom. 
The element antimony has an atomic weight of 121.757 amu and only two naturally occurring isotopes. One isotope has an abundance of 57.3% and an isotopic mass of 120.904 amu. What is the mass of the other isotope? A) 52.479 amu B) 121.757 amu C) 122.393 amu D) 122.610 amu E) 122.902 amu
Which of the following  contains a pair of isotopes?
Osmium has six naturally occurring isotopes. When the most abundant isotope has this symbol:190Os6+The atomic number (Z), mass number (A), number of neutron (n) and number of electrons are:A) Z=76, A=114, n=190, e=76B) Z=190, A=76, n=114, e=76C) Z=76, A=76, n=114, e=82D) Z=76, A=190, n=114, e=70
There are two different common crystalline forms of carbon – diamond and graphite. A less common form called fullerene, C60, also exists. Different forms of the same element in the same physical state are called:a. isotopes.b. isomers.c. alloforms.d. allotropes.e. structural formulas.
An isotope of an element contains 82 protons and 122 neutrons. What is the symbol for the isotope? 
Gallium (Ga) consists of two naturally occuring isotopes with masses of 68.926 and 70.925 amu.a. How many protons and neutrons are in the nucleus of each isotope? Write the complete atomic symbol for each, showing the atomic number and mass number.b. The average atomic mass of Ga is 69.72 amu. Calculate the abundance of each isotope.
The atomic masses of Boron-10 and Boron-11 are 10.012938 and 11.009305 amu, respectively. The average atomic mass of boron is 10.811 amu. Calculate the natural abundances of these two isotopes.
Which of the following represent isotopes? A) A and D      B) A and B      C) C and D      D) A and C
Which of the following pairs of atoms represent isotopes?      A) H-1, O-18      B) N-14, C-14      C) Br-79, Cl-35      D) C-12, C-14      E) Se-77, F-19
Which element does X represent in the following expression? Enter the chemical symbol of the element.
On another planet, the isotopes of titanium have the following natural abundances. What is the average atomic mass of titanium on that planet?Isotope: 46Ti Abundance: 75.200% Mass: 45.95263 amuIsotope: 48Ti Abundance: 12.300% Mass: 47.94795 amuIsotope: 50Ti Abundance: 12.500% Mass: 49.94479 amu
What isotope has 14 protons and 14 neutrons? Enter the name of the element followed by a hyphen and the mass number (e.g., uranium-234).
Naturally occurring magnesium contains three isotopes, 24Mg, 25Mg, and 26Mg. The exact isotopic molar masses of each and their relative abundances are listed in the table below. Using this information, determine the molar mass of magnesium.
How many protons, neutrons and electrons are there in a neutral atom of the isotope of copper named copper-63?
Part BThe astronaut then measures the abundance of magnesium on the new planet, obtaining the following result:What is the atomic mass of magnesium for this planet? Express your answer to two decimal places, and include the appropriate units.
On a mission to a newly discovered planet, an astronaut finds gallium abundances of 61.29 % for 69Ga and 39.71 % for 71Ga. What s the atomic mass of gallium for this location? The mass of 69Ga is 68.7200 amu. The mass of 71Ga is 70.9200 amu. Express your answer to two decimal places, and include the appropriate units. 
Give the nuclear symbol for the isotope of gallium, Ga, that contains 40 neutrons per atom. Replace the question marks with the proper integers. If necessary, use the button that looks like two red arrows to clear your changes and return the answer box to its original state.
The element gallium has an atomic weight of 69.7 and consists of two stable isotopes gallium -69 and gallium -71. The isotope gallium -69 has a mass of 68.9 amu and a percent natural abundance of 60.4 %.The isotope gallium -71 has a percent natural abundance of 39.6 %.What is the mass of gallium -71? ___________ amu 
Strontium (Sr) has four naturally occurring isotopes. The percent abundance and atomic mass of each isotope is given below. (a) Calculate the average atomic mass of naturally occurring strontium. amu (b) Calculate the formula mass of strontium oxide (SrO) in amu. (The average atomic mass of oxygen (O) = 16.00 amu.) amu
Suppose that a fictitious element, X, has two isotopes:  50X (59.015 amu) and 82X (62.011 amu). The lighter isotope has an abundance of 73.7%. Calculate the atomic mass of the element X.
How many protons, neutrons and electrons are there in a neutral atom of the isotope represented by:79Br35 
Name and describe the composition of the three hydrogen isotopes. (Select all that apply.) 
Be sure to answer all parts.Write the appropriate symbol for each of the following isotopes: (a) Z = 19, A = 41 (b) Z = 46, A = 106 (c) Z = 52, A = 125 (d) Z = 38, A = 88 Use the "isotope" tool to write the symbols.
Boron, lithium, nitrogen, and neon each have two stable isotopes. In which of the following pairs of isotopes is the heavier isotope more abundant? Check all that apply. 
This question has multiple parts. Work all the parts to get the most points.Strontium has four isotopes. Strontium-84 has a very low natural abundance but  86Sr, 88Sr, and 88Sr are all reasonably abundant. Knowing the atomic weight of strontium is 87.62, which of the more abundant isotopes predominates? Chlorine has two isotopes. Both 35Cl and 37Cl are reasonably abundant. Knowing the atomic weight of chlorine is 35.45, which of the isotopes predominates? Boron has two isotopes. Both 10B and 11B are reasonably abundant. Knowing the atomic weight of boron is 10.81, which of the isotopes predommates? 
Element A has two isotopes. The first isotope is present 5.15% of the time and has a mass of 243.39. The second isotope has a mass of 1845. Calculate the atomic mass of element A.
Part AWhat is the mass of 2 motes of carbon-12? Express your answer in grams to four significant figures. Part B What is the mass of 2 moles of carbon? Express your answer in grams to four significant figures.
There are two stable isotopes of bromine. Their masses are 78.9183 and 80.9163 amu. If the average atomic mass of bromine is 79.9091 amu, what is the natural abundance of the heavier isotope? The percent abundance of  81Br:
On another planet, the isotopes of titanium have the following natural abundances. What is the average atomic mass of titanium on that planet?
The element bromine has an atomic weight of 79.9 and consists of two stable isotopes bromine-79 and bromine-81. The isotope bromine-79 has a mass of 78.9 amu and a percent natural abundance of 50.5%. The isotope bromine-81 has a percent natural abundance of 49.5%. What is the mass of bromine-81?
Which of the following are isotopes of the following atom? 35 79X(a) 35 82X(b) 38 82X(c) 36 79X(d) 3567X
Enter your answer in the provided box.Element X has two naturally occurring isotopes, 65X (isotopic mass 64.7079 amu, abundance 57.16%) and 67X (isotopic mass 66.9328 amu, abundance 42.84%). Calculate the atomic mass of element X.
Gallium has two naturally occurring isotopes with the following masses and natural abundances: Part ACalculate the atomic mass of gallium. Express your answer using five significant figures.