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Medical Isotope Production and Use

Chart of the nuclides Organizes all elements and isotopes according to: number of protons in the nucleus number of neutrons in the nucleus percent natural abundance of stable isotopes (266) half-lives of radioactive isotopes major emissions and energies (alpha, beta, positron, gamma) cross ...

Medical Isotope News from the Nuclear Energy Institute

Medical Isotope News from the Nuclear Energy Institute www.nei.org Nuclear Energy Insight March 2010 —In a move that may ease the shortage of medical isotopes, the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has inked agreements with Babcock & Wilcox Technical Services Group Inc. and GE ...

The Periodic Table: Atoms, Elements, and Isotopes

Cosmic Chemistry: The Periodic Table: Understanding Elements Atoms, Elements, and Isotopes TEACHER TEXT The following is teacher background information and should only be used with students after they have completed the interactive periodic table lesson.

BAG O' ISOTOPES

J. Peacock & A. Rowley Page 1 of 5 29 August 2004 BAG O' ISOTOPES Written by Amy Rowley and Jeremy Peacock Annotation In this activity, students will learn to calculate average atomic mass using the fictional element legumium.

IUPAC Periodic Table of the Isotopes

CHEMISTRY International • July-August 2011 • Volume 33, No. 4 • supplement The world that surrounds us, including the water that we drink and the air that we breathe, is mostly made of stable isotopes.

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Why is the Atomic Mass of Iron not 56 but 55.847? •INTRODUCTION We have talked in class about isotopes: atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons in their nucleus.

PhET Tips for Teachers: Isotopes and Atomic Mass

PhET Tips for Teachers: Isotopes and Atomic Mass Authors: Kelly Lancaster, Trish Loeblein Updated: May 2011 We made the Isotope sim to follow the Build an Atom sim.

Isotopes, Ions and Shell Diagrams

Isotopes, Ions and Shell Diagrams Isotope notation reveals the atom's mass number and atomic number. A mass number is the sum of protons and neutrons.

Percent Abundance Lab: Isotopes of Pennium

Percent Abundance Lab: Isotopes of Pennium Introduction: Isotopes are atoms of the same element that differ in their numbers of neutrons. The neutrons are contained in the nucleus of the atom along with protons.

Isotopes (Pages 88-90)

Isotopes (Pages 88-90) Hydrogen has two stable isotopic forms - Hydrogen-1 and Hydrogen-2. (When you see an element name followed by a number, that number represents its mass number) .