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Calculate the atomic mass of titanium. The five titanium isotopes have atomic masses and relative abundances of 45.953 amu (8.00%), 46.952 amu (7.30%), 47.948 amu (73.80%), 48.948 amu (5.50%), and 49.945 amu (5.40%)

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  1. (amu x fraction) + (amu x fraction) + (amu x fraction) + amu x fraction) + (amu x fraction).
    Substitute each isotope and fraction abundance; e.g. (45.953*0.08) + (46.952*0.0730) etc etc etc = atomic mass.

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  2. 124.71

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  3. 47.867 amu

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  4. 47.87

    (47.89 with sig figs)

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