Translation of isotope in Spanish:


isótopo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʌɪsətəʊp//ˈaɪsəˌtoʊp/


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    isótopo masculine
    • Normally the proportion of the two isotopes of carbon is simply controlled by the rate of photosynthesis in plant tissues.
    • The nuclei of the hydrogen isotopes are the proton, the deuteron, and the triton.
    • When uranium is bombarded with neutrons, the two isotopes have differing nuclear reactions.
    • Beta radiation is the emission of an electron from the nucleus of a radioactive isotope.
    • Radioactive elements have different isotopes that decay at different rates.