We are asked to calculate the masses of four different BrCl molecules given two isotopes each of Bromine and Chlorine and express those masses in atomic mass units using six significant figures arranged in decreasing numeric order (highest to lowest), separated by commas.
The two naturally occurring isotopes of bromine are 81Br (80.916 amu, 49.31%) and 79Br (78.918 amu, 50.69%).
The two naturally occurring isotopes of chlorine are 37Cl (36.966 amu, 24.23%) and 35Cl (34.969 amu, 75.77%).
Bromine and chlorine combine to form bromine monochloride, BrCl.
What are the masses of the four different BrCl molecules? Express the masses in atomic mass units using six significant figures, in decreasing numeric order (highest to lowest), separated by commas.
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