When do we use the atomic mass of a proton and the atomic mass of hydrogen in calculating mass defect?
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When do we use the atomic mass of a proton and the atomic mass of

hydrogen in calculating mass defect? I noticed that some isotopes use 1.00728 instead of 1.007825. I'm confused

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