Isotopes Of Tungsten
- Scientists Find Strong Evidence That the Earth Was Hit Head-On by a Mars-Sized
- The proof is in the oxygen isotopes: that is, the Moon share the same oxygen isotopes in the same ratios as Earth, and preliminary results of tungsten isotopes shows about the same thing. In other words, the Earth and the Moon are made of the same ...
- Yttrium from Ytterby
- It has many isotopes, with mass numbers ranging from 79 to 103, but the naturally occurring element consists of only one stable isotope, 89Y.
- It's elementary! Highlights from the all-new periodic table
- Scientists have confirmed the discovery of four new elements. Here's a primer on other exciting members of science's most exclusive club. And boron.
- The rocky road to nuclear fusion power
- Nuclear fission means that radioactive isotopes - like uranium or plutonium - are being split up and turned into other highly radioactive isotopes that then have to be deposited or reprocessed.
- Make Room at the Periodic Table: Four New Elements Have Been Born
- We learned the symbols for the basic elements like iron (Fe), copper (Cu), oxygen (O), hydrogen (H), and a few that were more difficult to remember like silver (Ag), gold (Au), and tungsten (W).
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