Problem: 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

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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

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