Atomic mass

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The atomic mass is defined as the mass of a specific isotope. The atomic mass consists of the individual masses of the protons, neutrons and electrons of a single atom added together. The total mass of these equals the atomic mass. The atomic mass is measured in daltons (Da).
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The atomic mass is defined as the mass of a specific [[Isotope|isotope]]. The atomic mass consists of the individual masses of the [[Protons|protons]], [[Neutrons|neutrons]] and [[electrons|electrons]] of a single [[Atom|atom]] added together. The total mass of these equals the atomic mass. The atomic mass is measured in [[dalton|daltons]] (Da).

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The atomic mass is defined as the mass of a specific isotope. The atomic mass consists of the individual masses of the protons, neutrons and electrons of a single atom added together. The total mass of these equals the atomic mass. The atomic mass is measured in daltons (Da).

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