Not quite sure what your question is asking. Chromium-52, the most common isotope. Among lesser common isotopes there could be Chromium-53, Chromium-56, etc. I would have to look specifically at what exists. The percent abundance in the universe multiplied by each of these mass numbers and added determines the atomic mass number a displayed on the periodic table.
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