The main article for this category is isotope.
“Oxygen has seventeen known isotopes with atomic masses ranging from 12.03 u to 28.06 u. Three...Isotopes of Oxygen
“Carbon-14, or radiocarbon, is a carbon atom which has 8 neutrons and 6 protons. Having 8...Carbon-14
“Iodine-131 or I, also commonly known as radioiodine is a radioactive form of Iodine, which is...Iodine-131
“Carbon-13 or C is a stable isotope of Carbon, and is a product of Carbon-14. It does not decay...Carbon-13
“Uranium-238, also known as Depleted Uranium and U, is the most common uranium isotope that is...Uranium-238
“Helium-4 is a stable isotope of helium, the most abundant (99.99986%) of the two natural helium...Helium-4
“Hydrogen-2 or H, also known as both Deuterium and Heavy Hydrogen, is the second stable isotope...Hydrogen-2
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