C-13 Isotope

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C-13 Isotope Information and Examples of Enriched C-13 Applications:

Carbon-13 isotope (C-13 isotope, 13C isotope)

  • C-13 isotope is used for Carbon-13 (C-13 isotope, 13C isotope) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to research and study structure of carbon-containing substances;
  • C-13 isotope is used for Carbon isotopic signatures (isotopic fingerprint) in biological science based on kinetic fractionation where biological processes preferentially take up the lower mass isotope and in eath science e.g. geochemistry;
  • C-13 isotope is used for Carbon-13 (C-13 isotope, 13C isotope) isotope-labeled compounds that are used in the research of metabolic processes (e.g. metabolism and in metabolism-mediated toxicity studies) using isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS);

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Properties of C-13 Isotope:

Properties of C-13 Isotope:C-13
Natural Abundance (%)1.1
Atomic Mass (Da)13.00335484
Relative Isotopic Mass13.00335484
Neutron Number (N)7
Atomic Number (Z)6
Mass Number (A)13
Nucleon Number (A)13
Proton Number (Z)6
Half-lifeStable
Spin0.5
Quadrupole Moment0
g-factor (g value)1.4048236
Group14
Period2
Electron Configuration Blockp
Melting Point (K)3900
Boiling Point (K)5100
Specific Heat0.711
Heat of Formation716.87
Thermal Conductivity1.59
Dipole Polarizability 11.3
Electron Affinity (kJ/mole)1.2621136
Electronegativity (Pauling scale)2.55
Atomic Radius (pm)0
Covalent Radius (pm)70
VDW Radius (pm)170
Lattice Constant3.567
Crystal StructureFCC
Jmol color#909090

C-13 Information

Carbon is a member of group 14 of the periodic table. It has three allotropic forms: diamonds, graphite and fullerite ones. Carbon-14 is commonly used in radioactive dating. This element occurs in all organic life and it is the basis of organic chemistry. Carbon has the interesting chemical property of being able to bond with itself and a wide variety of other elements. Carbon has 15 isotopes. 3 isotopes are naturally occurring, 2 of which are stable.

Carbon is used for making steel, in filters, and it has many more uses. Radiocarbon dating uses the carbon-14 isotope to date old objects.

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FAQ about C-13 Isotope:

What is C-13 isotope natural abundance?
Answer: 1.100 %

What is atomic mass for C-13 isotope?
Answer: 13.003355 Da

What is isotopic mass for C-13 isotope?
Answer: 13.003355

How many neutrons does C-13 isotope have?
Answer: 7

How many protons does C-13 isotope have?
Answer: 6

How many electrons does C-13 isotope have?
Answer: 6

What is atomic number for C-13 isotope?
Answer: 6

Is C-13 isotope stable?
Answer: Yes

Is C-13 isotope radioactive?
Answer: No

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