Question 239433

On earth, tin has 10 different stable isotopes. The heaviest, ce{^{124}Sn}

X

124

​X

2

2

124

​Sn makes up 5.80%

5.80% of naturally occurring tin atoms. How many atoms of ce{^{124}Sn}

X

124

​X

2

2

124

​Sn are present in 18.3

18.3 g of a natural sample of tin?

Considering ce{^{124}Sn}

X

124

​X

2

2

124

​Sn has an isotopic mass of ce{{123.905} amu}

123.905 amu , calculate the mass of this isotope in the sample.