One of my questions is asking me to show three naturally occurring isotopes of magnesium in standard convention. What does standard convention mean?
I know these naturally occurring isotopes are
24Mg, 25Mg, and 26Mg
Magnesium isotopes question -- chemistry Watch
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- 11-10-2016 20:31
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- 13-10-2016 21:50
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- 15-10-2016 01:51
Standard convention: Atomic No. as subscript; mass no. as superscript (not other way round as below (above pics)
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