stable isotope

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stable isotope

[′stā·bəl ′ī·sə‚tōp]
(nuclear physics)
An isotope which does not spontaneously undergo radioactive decay.
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He underlined that the project is related to the stable isotopes and a complex of research centers in Fordo that its first stage will be exploited in the next two weeks and its main opening will take place on April 10, 2018.
Writing for students and researchers, they incorporate the new analytic methods that have appeared since 2004, when the series last treated non-traditional stable isotopes.
Participants were given the opportunity to learn about the application of stable isotopes to assess body composition, breastfeeding patterns, energy expenditure, iron bioavailability, and vitamin A status.
12 July 2013 - US biomarker assays and tools company C2N Diagnostics said today it had inked a research and exclusive supplier deal with Cambridge Isotope Laboratories Inc guaranteeing it future access to large quantities of highly enriched stable isotopes at "predictable" prices.
The Asia-Pacific stable isotopes market is dominated by deuterium (D2), oxygen-18 (O-18), carbon-13 (C-13), and nitrogen-15 (N-15).
UKPRwire, Thu Jun 06 2013] North American Nuclear Medicine/Radiopharmaceuticals & Stable Isotopes Market [SPECT/PET Radioisotopes (Technetium, F-18)], [Beta/Alpha Radiation Therapy (I131, Y-90)], [Applications (Cancer/Oncology, Cardiac)] & (Deuterium, C-13) - Forecast to 2017
Using stable isotopes to estimate trophic position: models, methods, and assumptions.
Eitar Wada was the first scientist to use variations in isotopes in ecological studies, and on the occasion of his retirement from Kyoto University, former students and research colleagues gathered there in August 2008 to share new results and ideas about stable isotopes.
Following the initial offering Sigma-Aldrich expects to distribute all of these materials through its ISOTEC Stable Isotopes product line.
Changes in carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes of chironomid larvae during growth, starvation and metamorphosis.
Stable isotopes in ecology and environmental science, 2d ed.