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What is the difference between percent abundance and relative abundance?

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Relative abundance - comparison between the isotopes Percent abundance - comparing the totals.
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Percent Abundance is used in Chemistry. If you take percent abundance times atomic mass for each isotope then add all up for average atomic mass.
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Percent abundance is the calculated experimental value for the abundance of each isotope. Relative abundance (if you didn't measure an isotope) is calculated by: (100% - (The sum
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