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If carbon consisted of only one naturally-occurring isotope \(-^{12}C-\), what would be the atomic weight of carbon? What would be the atomic weight of lead?
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Its not a homework forum. Please submit your calculations.
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If Carbon consisted of only one naturally-occurring isotopes \(-^{12}C-\),the atomic weight of Carbon would be 11.867 g. The atomic weight of Lead would be 204.716 g.
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If only one isotop. The atomic weight is 12 g/ mol. We dont know mass defect.
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