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It's rarer than that, more like 1 in 6000. Because each molecule of water has two atoms of hydrogen, then about every 2 in 6000 (1 in 3000) has a single atom of deuterium (DHO). And would be closer to 1 in every 6000$^2$ for a molecule of D2O. The linked question Deuterium density in seawater gives sources that show deuterium is well-mixed in the ocean. ...

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