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Hydrogen Isotopes






Proton number: 1


Stable Isotopes


Hydrogen stable isotope number 1: 1H
Neutrons: 0;
Abundance: 99.985%;
Jn: 1/2+;

Hydrogen stable isotope number 2: 2H
Neutrons: 1;
Abundance: 0.015%;
Jn: 1+;

Natural Radioactive isotopes

There is no Hydrogen Natural Radioactive isotopes known

Artificial Radioactive isotopes


Hydrogen radioactive isotope number 1: 3H
Neutrons: 2;
Jn: 1/2+;
Decay: β - : 100.00 %;
t1/2: 388523500s ≈ 12.32 y;

Hydrogen radioactive isotope number 2: 4H
Neutrons: 3;
Jn: 2-;
Decay: n : 100.00 %;
t1/2: 2.097554E-21s ≈ 0.00 fs;

Hydrogen radioactive isotope number 3: 5H
Neutrons: 4;
Jn: Unknown;
Decay: n : 100.00 %;
t1/2: 2.599143E-21s ≈ 0.00 fs;

Hydrogen radioactive isotope number 4: 6H
Neutrons: 5;
Jn: 2-;
Decay: n : 100.00 %;
t1/2: 7.29584E-22s ≈ 0.00 fs;

Hydrogen radioactive isotope number 5: 7H
Neutrons: 6;
Jn: Unknown;
Decay: 2N?;
t1/2: 9.14544E-15s ≈ 9.15 fs;
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