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isotopes

1. Atoms of the same element (all chemically identical) having the same atomic number but containing different numbers of neutrons, giving a different mass number.
2. Atoms of an element with an identical number of protons but differing numbers of neutrons.
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Medical studies and treatments using short-lived radioactive isotopes typically require a nearby cyclotron, the bulky and costly particle accelerator that makes the fleeting elements.
Advanced Medical Isotope Corporation is engaged in the development of manufacturing equipment and new techniques for the production of advanced medical isotopes used in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
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AECL has stated that its decision will not impact current supply of medical isotopes from the NRU, and the Government has stated that it would like AECL to pursue an extension of the NRU operation beyond its current license.
By measuring the ratio of two different isotopes of oxygen in the gems, they can pinpoint an emerald's source--down to the exact mine.
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The ratio of the concentrations of these two oxygen isotopes in teeth also depends upon the body temperature of the animal, adds Fricke.
The method works only for stars containing radioactive isotopes.