Table of nuclides (segmented, narrow)

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These isotope tables show all of the known isotopes of the chemical elements, arranged with increasing atomic number from left to right and increasing neutron number from top to bottom.

Half lives are indicated by the color of each isotope's cell (see color chart in each section). Colored borders indicate half lives of the most stable nuclear isomer states.

The data for these tables came from Brookhaven National Laboratory which has an interactive Table of Nuclides with data on ~3000 nuclides.

Contents

Isotopes for elements 0-14

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Isotopes for elements 15-29

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Isotopes for elements 30-44

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Isotopes for elements 45-59

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Isotopes for elements 60-74

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Isotopes for elements 75-89

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Isotopes for elements 90-104

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Isotopes for elements 105-118

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