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Isotopic Abundance

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Naturally occurring boron is composed of 19.8% of 10^{10}B and 80.2% of 11^{11}B. Atoms of 10^{10}B have a mass of of 10.0129 u and those of 11^{11}B have a mass of 11.0093 u. Calculate the average atomic mass of boron.

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