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Sulfur has four isotopes and has an atomic mass of 32.066 amu. The
four isotopes have the following atomic masses: S-32, 31.972071
amu; S-33, 32.971458 amu; S-34, 33.967867 amu; and S-36,
35.967081 amu. The last two have natural abundances of 4.29% and
0.02%, respectively. Calculate the natural abundance of S-32.
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Sulfur has four isotopes and has an atomic mass of 32.066 amu. The four isotopes have the following atomic masses: S-32, 31.972071 amu; S-33, 32.971458 amu; S-34, 33.967867 amu; and S-36, 35.967081 amu. The last two have natural abundances of 4.29% and 0.02%, respectively. Calculate the natural abundance of S-32.