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Posted by Navroz on Saturday, October 23, 2010 at 6:29pm.

there are 3 naturally occurring stable isotopes of oxygen:O-16,O-17, O-18. there are 2 naturally occurring stable isotopes of hydrogen: H-1, H-2.how many different water molecules can be made using the various combination's of all the isotopes of hydrogen and oxygen?

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