Problem: 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. 

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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. 

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