Tellurium isotopes (Te)
Tellurium isotopes are used for medical applications and research applications. The stable Tellurium isotopes can be enriched or depleted by Urenco Stable Isotopes to any concentration. The Selenium isotopes can be supplied in various chemical forms.
Naturally occurring Tellurium isotopes has eight stable isotopes.
|Isotope||Maximum available enrichment (atomic %)||Natural abundance (atomic %)|
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