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Listing times from ls

Im new to shell scripting and i am trying to write a part of my script
that will search for all files in any given folder
and write down all the names of the files and the atime, change time, and modtime of the files in one file as an output. I know that ls -l, ls -ul and ls -lc will give me the information i need, but is there a way to combine all three commands to have different columns for the different times?
Any help is appreciated!
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