oxygen combines with two isotopes of carbon
Asked by singhnikita8717 | 5th Aug, 2021, 10:44: AM
Oxygen combines with two isotopes of Carbon C-12 and C-14 to form Carbon di oxide.
Answered by Ravi | 5th Aug, 2021, 10:54: AM
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