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whats silicons biggest isotope and which one is the smallest?

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    Naturally occurring isotopes
    This table shows information about naturally occuring isotopes, their atomic masses, their natural abundances,
    Isotope Atomic mass (ma/u) Natural abundance
    28Si 27.9769271 92.2297 percent
    29Si 28.9764949 4.6832 percent
    30Si 29.9737707 3.0872 percent

    Isotopic abundances of Si

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