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Solution: A sample of naturally occurring silicon consists of 28Si (27.9769 amu), 29Si (28.9765 amu), and 30Si (29.9738 amu). The atomic weight of silicon is 28.0855 amu and the natural abundance of 29Si is 4.68 %.What is the natural abundances of 28Si?

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Q. What is percent natural abundance?

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