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carbon-13

[′kär·bən ′thər‚tēn]
(nuclear physics)
A heavy isotope of carbon having a mass number of 13.
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Contract notice: Bespoke MRI Coils for 13C Imaging on a Siemens 3T mMR MR-PET Scanner.
SOUTH Wales basked in 13C temperatures yesterday as the region's surprise sunny spell continued.
Nick Prebble, forecaster with MeteoGroup, said temperatures should return to normal for this time of the year over the holiday, with a maximum of 13C.
Britain put overseas cities in the shade, beating 13C daytime peaks in Paris, Cyprus and Palermo, Italy, as well as 7C in Madrid and 2C in Moscow.
It will stay generally cloudy, with some drizzle, in England and Wales on December 25 with temperatures reaching 13C.
Todays minimum temperatures were Islamabad 9C, Lahore 13C, Quetta 5C, Karachi 19C, Peshawar 12C, Muzaffarabad 9C, Gilgit 5C, Murree 8C, Multan 15C and Faisalabad 13C.
1C (59F), Dundee hit 13C (55F) and Inverness enjoyed a pleasant 16C (61F) at the same time.
Mercury levels in the capital tomorrow will range between a high of 23C and a low of 13C, added JMD report.
Salendine Nook weather man Paul Stevens said: "Yesterday the temperature topped 13C which was expected for this time of year.
They need good ventilation and a maximum temperature of around 13C (55F) when grown under glass.
They used to be the speciality of gardeners with access to an orangery in a stately home, but these delicious citrus fruits can be grown in pots in a conservatory or heated greenhouse, in temperatures above 13C (55F).
That is way above the average 13C (55F) for this time of the year.