This is a series of lectures in videos covering Chemistry topics taught in High Schools to help students learn about isotopes and calculating average atomic mass of various atoms.

** Chemistry Tutorial 3.01a: Atomic Structure - The Nucleus**

This video outlines the particles found in the nucleus, mass number, atomic number, nuclear charge and isotopes.
**Chemistry Tutorial 3.01b: Weight Average Atomic Mass**

This video explains how to calculate the weight-average atomic mass of an element given the masses and relative abundances of the naturally-occurring isotopes.

**Isotopes and Average Atomic Mass**

The following video is on isotopes and calculating average atomic mass of various atoms.
**Calculating Average Atomic Mass Examples**

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The following video is on isotopes and calculating average atomic mass of various atoms.

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This video outlines the particles found in the nucleus, mass number, atomic number, nuclear charge and isotopes.

This video explains how to calculate the weight-average atomic mass of an element given the masses and relative abundances of the naturally-occurring isotopes.

The following video is on isotopes and calculating average atomic mass of various atoms.

The following video is on isotopes and calculating average atomic mass of various atoms

The following video is on isotopes and calculating average atomic mass of various atoms.

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