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Posted by Laila on Monday, February 23, 2009 at 8:55pm.

The element copper, found in nature with an average atomic mass of 63.54u, consists of two isotopes, copper-63 of atomic mass 62.93u and copper-65 of atomic mass 64.93u. Calculate the abundance of each isotope.

I can't come up with an equation to solve it; can someone please help with this?

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