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A tombolo is a bar that forms an isthmus between an island or offshore rock and a mainland shore.

In 1838 a French company was given a concession for the construction of a road, rail or canal route across the isthmus.

A large number of slaves on the
koon were fueled with natural lithium (92% Li-7, 7.5% Li-6).

Samples are gathered and measured for change in isotope levels to determine temperature fluctuation for given periods of time.

Noble gas and other isotopes Main article: helium-3 The standard 3 He is considered a primordial isotope as it was formed in the Big Bang and very little is produced or added to the Earth by other processes since then (Anderson, 1989).

Potassium-40 is a radioactive isotope of potassium that decays into argon-40.

A research programme concerning isotope separation and fast fission was agreed upon.

Relative isotopic mass is the relative mass of a given isotope (more specifically, any single nuclide ), scaled with carbon-12 as exactly 12. No other nuclides other than carbon-12 have exactly whole-number masses in this scale.

Typically the first experiment to be measured with an isotope-labelled protein is a 2D heteronuclear single quantum correlation (HSQC) spectrum where "heteronuclear" refers to nuclei other than 1H.

Hipps, 2002, Effects of two different canopy manipulations on leaf water use and photosynthesis as determined by gas exchange and stable isotope discrimination, East Malling, University of Cambridge.

This is because U-238 absorbs slow neutrons so forming a new isotope U-239.

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