By Chemistry World2018-06-15T14:23:00+01:00
These exotic nuclei can help researchers to understand how heavy elements formed when the universe was in its infancy
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Source: National Nuclear Data Center, information extracted from the NuDat 2 database
The table of nuclides – the counterpart to the periodic table of the elements
73 new isotopes discovered was first published in Chemistry World
The amorphous carbon material created from buckminsterfullerene
Use this step-by-step to get your 14–16 students drawing electron configuration diagrams confidently
Data analysis and graph drawing activity for 11–14 year olds based on the chemical composition of the Dhofar 007 meteorite. Identify elements from chemical formula and differentiate between metal and non-metal elements.
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Delve into the dissolving device making recycling easier
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