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Xenon Isotope

Product nameXenon Isotope

MF:Xenon Isotope

Purity:99.99%

Application: Electron ,Reagent

Other Names:Xenon Isotope

CAS NO:129 Xe

Grade Standard:Electron Grade,Industrial Grade,Medicine Grade

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Naturally occurring xenon (54Xe) is made of eight stable isotopes and one very long-lived isotope. (124Xe, 126Xe, and 134Xe are predicted to undergo double beta decay, but this has never been observed in these isotopes, so they are considered to be stable.)[3][4][not in citation given] Xenon has the second-highest number of stable isotopes. Only tin, with 10 stable isotopes, has more.[5] Beyond these stable forms, over 30 unstable isotopes and isomers have been studied, the longest-lived of which is 136Xe, which undergoes double beta decay with a half-life of 2.165 ± 0.016(stat) ± 0.059(sys) ×1021 years[1] with the next longest lived being 127Xe with a half-life of 36.345 days. Of known isomers, the longest-lived is 131mXe with a half-life of 11.934 days. 129Xe is produced by beta decay of 129I (half-life: 16 million years); 131mXe, 133Xe, 133mXe, and 135Xe are some of the fission products of both 235U and 239Pu,so are used as indicators of nuclear explosions.


Nominal MassAccurate massNatural abundance%Chemical formEnrichment availableChemical
Purity %
Xe-124123.9060.096Gas>99%>99.99 %
Usage:Xe-124 is used in the production of two radioisotopes:I-123 and I-125.
Xe-129128.90526.44Gas>99%>99.99 %
Usage:Xe-129 is used in the magnetic resonance imaging of gas flows in the lungs.
Xe-131130.90521.18Gas>99%>99.99 %
Usage:Xe-131is used to intensify the signal of NMR and CT.
Xe-136135.9078.87Gas>99%>99.99 %
Usage:Xe-136 has been proposed as a detector for neutrinoless double Beta decay research.



Xe-124 is used in the production of two radioisotopes:I-123 and I-125.

Xe-129 is used in the magnetic resonance imaging of gas flows in the lungs.

Xe-131 is used to intensify the signal of NMR and CT.

Xe-136 has been proposed as a detector for neutrinoless double Beta decay research.


  

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