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We have the technology to supply a range of isotopes in various chemical forms including oxide, metal, gaseous or elemental. We are also able to convert materials into other forms in accordance with customer requests.

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Silicon isotopes image

Naturally occurring silicon has three stable isotopes.

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Nickel isotopes image

Naturally occurring nickel has five stable isotopes.

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Chromium isotopes image

Naturally occurring chromium has four stable isotopes.

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Tellurium isotopes image

Naturally occurring tellurium has eight stable isotopes.

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Molybdenum isotopes image

Naturally occurring molybdenum has seven stable isotopes.

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Tungsten isotopes image

Naturally occurring tungsten has five stable isotopes.

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Xenon isotopes image

Naturally occurring xenon has nine stable isotopes.

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Cadmium isotopes image

Naturally occurring cadmium has eight stable isotopes.

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Selenium isotopes image

Natural occurring selenium has six stable isotopes.

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Germanium isotopes image

Naturally occurring germanium has five stable isotopes.

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Zinc isotopes image

Naturally occurring zinc has five stable isotopes.

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Iridium isotopes image

Naturally occurring iridium has two stable isotopes.

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Titanium isotopes image

Natural occurring titanium has five stable isotopes.

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Tungsten isotopes (W)

Tungsten isotopes are used in medical applications, industrial applications and research applications. The stable Tungsten isotopes can be enriched or depleted by Urenco Stable Isotopes to any concentration. The Molybdenum isotopes can be supplied in various chemical forms.

Naturally occurring Tungsten has five stable isotopes.

Isotope Maximum available enrichment (atomic %) Natural abundance (atomic %)
¹⁸⁰W >99.9, <1 0.12
¹⁸²W >99.9, <1 26.50
¹⁸³W >99.9, <1 14.30
¹⁸⁴W >99.9, <1 30.60
¹⁸⁶W >99.9, <1 28.40

Application of Tungsten isotopes

Tungsten 180 (W 180)

W-180 is used for the production of the therapeutic radioisotope W-181.

Tungsten 184 (W 184)

W-184 has been used to study the elastic and inelastic scattering of heavy ions.

Tungsten 186 (W 186)

W-186 is used for the production of W-188 which is used in so-called Tungsten-Rhenium generators and used as a therapeutic radioisotope.

Silicon isotopes image

Naturally occurring silicon has three stable isotopes.

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Nickel isotopes image

Naturally occurring nickel has five stable isotopes.

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Chromium isotopes image

Naturally occurring chromium has four stable isotopes.

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Tellurium isotopes image

Naturally occurring tellurium has eight stable isotopes.

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Molybdenum isotopes image

Naturally occurring molybdenum has seven stable isotopes.

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Tungsten isotopes image

Naturally occurring tungsten has five stable isotopes.

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Xenon isotopes image

Naturally occurring xenon has nine stable isotopes.

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Cadmium isotopes image

Naturally occurring cadmium has eight stable isotopes.

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Selenium isotopes image

Natural occurring selenium has six stable isotopes.

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Germanium isotopes image

Naturally occurring germanium has five stable isotopes.

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Zinc isotopes image

Naturally occurring zinc has five stable isotopes.

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Iridium isotopes image

Naturally occurring iridium has two stable isotopes.

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Titanium isotopes image

Natural occurring titanium has five stable isotopes.

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