Problem: 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

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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

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