Part A. Which of the following water molecules exists in the greatest abundance?
There are three naturally occurring isotopes of hydrogen:
protium (ordinary hydrogen): 1H, deuterium (heavy hydrogen): 21H or D, and tritium: 31H or T.
There are three naturally occurring isotopes of oxygen:
oxygen-17: 17O, and 178O
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