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Isotopic enrichment

Michelle Francl suggests that we should expand our view of the periodic table to new dimensions.

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Fig. 1: Elements and isotopes.

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Fig. 2: Two views of the 3,380 identified isotopes of the elements, stacked on the periodic table.