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AE Isotopes™

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American Elements
is a manufacturer and supplier specializing in the Stable (non-radioactive) Isoptopes of numerous elements and their oxide and fluoride compounds marketed under the trademark AE Isotopes™, including Oxygen (Oxygen 18), Calcium (Calcium-42 and Calcium-44), Zinc, Rubidium, Carbon and many others described below.

Most metals naturally occur with at least a portion of at least one of the element's isotopes contained in the natural state. Natural Iron is almost entirely composed of its Iron-56. Silver is approximately ½ Silver-107 and ½ Silver-109.

Isotopes from American Elements are non-radioactive materials with numerous applications and properties.Oxygen-18 has been used extensively to study human metabolism by measuring metabolic energy output in research involving obesity, heart disease, osteoporosis and diabetes. Oxygen-18 can be traced through the body using mass spectrometry. Carbon-13 has also been used for this application, as well as, for basic organic chemistry and molecular structure research.

Hydrogen                                 Helium
Lithium Beryllium                     Boron Carbon Nitrogen Oxygen Fluorine Neon
Sodium Magnesium                     Aluminum Silicon Phosphorus Sulfur Chlorine Argon
Potassium Calcium Scandium Titanium Vanadium Chromium Manganese Iron Cobalt Nickel Copper Zinc Gallium Germanium Arsenic Selenium Bromine Krypton
Rubidium Strontium Yttrium Zirconium Niobium Molybdenum Technetium Ruthenium Rhodium Palladium Silver Cadmium Indium Tin Antimony Tellurium Iodine Xenon
Cesium Barium Lanthanum Hafnium Tantalum Tungsten Rhenium Osmium Iridium Platinum Gold Mercury Thallium Lead Bismuth Polonium Astatine Radon
    Cerium Praseodymium Neodymium Promethium Samarium Europium Gadolinium Terbium Dysprosium Holmium Erbium Thulium Ytterbium Lutetium    
    Thorium Protactinium Uranium Neptunium Plutonium Americium Curium Berkelium Californium Einsteinium Fermium Mendelevium Nobelium Lawerencium    

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Other human metabolism studies to determine the absorption patterns of nutrients have involved tracing a stable isotope of that mineral or element though the body. Iron (Using Iron-54, Iron-57 and Iron-58), Copper (Using Copper-63 and Copper-65), Zinc (Using Zinc-64, Zinc-67, Zinc-68 and Zinc-70), Magnesium (Using Magnesium-25 and Magnesium-26) and many others are used for this application. Other biomedical applications for American Elements' stable isotopes, include using Nickel-58, Nickel-60, Nickel-61 and Nickel-64 to study nitrogen absorption in the blood, Copper-63 and Copper-65 to study gastro-intestinal disorders, Molybdenum-94, Molybdenum-96 and Molybdenum-97 as a label on nutrients to trace metabolism of the labeled nutrient, Lithium-6 for research in kidney function, Vanadium-51 to study brain metabolism and Rubidium-85 and Rubidium-87 to study potassium absorption in the blood.

Isotopes are valuable in environmental and human exposure research. Chlorine-35 and Chlorine-37 are used to study environmental pollutants. Carbon-13 has application in the study of global warming and air pollution control. Lead-204, Lead-206 and Lead-207 can be used to measure human lead poisoning. Similarly, Chromium-53 and Chromium-54 can be used to study these effects with respect to Chromium.

Below is a table listing the Stable Isotopes available from American Elements. Please see a specific material for its ENSDF Citation, Abundance, Half-Life and other technical information, applications and properties.

Metallic Isotopes
Metallic Isotopes
Metallic Isotopes
Metallic Isotopes
Rare Earth
Oxide Isotopes
Oxide Isotopes
Oxide Isotopes
Other Isotopic
Antimony-123 Isotope
Magnesium-24 Isotope
Ruthenium-100 Isotope
Tungsten-183 Isotope
Dysprosium-161 Oxide Isotope
Boron-10 Oxide Isotope
Iron-58 Oxide Isotope
Zinc-67 Oxide Isotope
Barium-135 Carbonate Isotope
Barium-136 Nitrate Isotope
Boron-10 Isotope
Magnesium-25 Isotope
Ruthenium-101 Isotope
Zinc-66 Isotope
Dysprosium-162 Oxide Isotope
Boron-11 Oxide Isotope
Lead-206 Oxide Isotope
Zinc-68 Oxide Isotope
Barium-137 Carbonate Isotope
Boric-10 Acid Isotope
Boron-11 Isotope
Magnesium-26 Isotope
Ruthenium-104 Isotope
Zinc-67 Isotope
Dysprosium-164 Oxide Isotope
Cadmium-106 Oxide Isotope
Lead-207 Oxide Isotope
Zinc-70 Oxide Isotope
Calcium-40 Carbonate Isotope
Boric-11 Acid Isotope
Cadmium-106 Isotope
Molybdenum-95 Isotope
Selenium-74 Isotope
Zinc-68 Isotope
Erbium-162 Oxide Isotope
Cadmium-108 Oxide Isotope
Magnesium-24 Oxide Isotope
Zirconium-91 Oxide Isotope
Calcium-42 Carbonate Isotope
Boron-10 Carbide Isotope
Cadmium-108 Isotope
Molybdenum-97 Isotope
Selenium-76 Isotope
Zinc-70 Isotope
Erbium-166 Oxide Isotope
Cadmium-110 Oxide Isotope
Magnesium-25 Oxide Isotope
Calcium-43 Carbonate Isotope
Boron-10 Trifluoride Isotope
Cadmium-112 Isotope
Molybdenum-100 Isotope
Selenium-77 Isotope
Zirconium-90 Isotope
Erbium-168 Oxide Isotope
Cadmium-111 Oxide Isotope
Magnesium-26 Oxide Isotope
Calcium-44 Carbonate Isotope
Boron-11 Carbide Isotope
Cadmium-113 Isotope
Nickel-58 Isotope
Selenium-78 Isotope
Erbium-170 Oxide Isotope
Cadmium-112 Oxide Isotope
Molybdenum-94 Trioxide Isotope
Calcium-46 Carbonate Isotope
Boron-11 Trifluoride Isotope
Chromium-53 Isotope
Nickel-60 Isotope
Selenium-82 Isotope
Europium-151 Oxide Isotope
Cadmium-113 Oxide Isotope
Molybdenum-95 Trioxide Isotope
Lead-204 Carbonate Isotope
Cadmium-111 Chloride Isotope
Copper-63 Isotope
Nickel-61 Isotope
Silicon-29 Isotope
Gadolinium-155 Oxide Isotope
Cadmium-114 Oxide Isotope
Molybdenum-96 Trioxide Isotope
Lead-206 Carbonate Isotope
Cadmium-113 Chloride Isotope
Copper-65 Isotope
Nickel-62 Isotope
Silver-107 Isotope
Gadolinium-156 Oxide Isotope
Cadmium-116 Oxide Isotope
Molybdenum-97 Trioxide Isotope
Lead-208 Carbonate Isotope
Lead-207 Nitrate Isotope
Indium-113 Isotope
Nickel-64 Isotope
Silver-109 Isotope
Gadolinium-158 Oxide Isotope
Chromium-50 Oxide Isotope
Molybdenum-98 Trioxide Isotope
Lithium-6 Carbonate Isotope
Lead-207 Sulfate Isotope
Iridium-193 Isotope
Osmium-187 Isotope
Tellurium-122 Isotope
Gadolinium-160 Oxide Isotope
Chromium-52 Oxide Isotope
Silicon-28 Dioxide Isotope
Strontium-86 Carbonate Isotope
Potassium-40 Chloride Isotope
Iron-54 Isotope
Osmium-188 Isotope
Tellurium-123 Isotope
Lutetium-176 Oxide Isotope
Chromium-53 Oxide Isotope
Silicon-29 Dioxide Isotope
Strontium-87 Carbonate Isotope
Potassium-41 Chloride Isotope
Iron-56 Isotope
Palladium-102 Isotope
Tellurium-124 Isotope
Neodymium-145 Oxide Isotope
Chromium-54 Oxide Isotope
Silicon-30 Dioxide Isotope
Strontium-88 Carbonate Isotope
Rubidium-87 Chloride Isotope
Iron-57 Isotope
Palladium-104 Isotope
Tellurium-125 Isotope
Neodymium-150 Oxide Isotope
Copper-63 Oxide Isotope
Thallium-203 Oxide Isotope
Sodium Bromide-79 Isotope
Iron-58 Isotope
Palladium-105 Isotope
Tellurium-126 Isotope
Samarium-144 Oxide Isotope
Copper-65 Oxide Isotope
Tin-119 Oxide Isotope
Sodium Bromide-81 Isotope
Lead-204 Isotope
Palladium-108 Isotope
Tin-112 Isotope
Samarium-152 Oxide Isotope
Gallium-69 Sesquioxide Isotope
Titanium-49 Oxide Isotope
Sodium Chloride Isotope
Lead-206 Isotope
Platinum-194 Isotope
Tin-116 Isotope
Samarium-154 Oxide Isotope
Gallium-71 Sesquioxide Isotope
Tungsten-182 Trioxide Isotope
Lead-207 Isotope
Platinum-196 Isotope
Tin-117 Isotope
Ytterbium-171 Oxide Isotope
Hafnium-180 Oxide Isotope
Tungsten-184 Trioxide Isotope
Lead-208 Isotope
Platinum-198 Isotope
Tin-118 Isotope
Ytterbium-172 Oxide Isotope
Indium-113 Oxide Isotope
Tungsten-186 Trioxide Isotope
Lithium-6 Isotope
Rhenium-185 Isotope
Tin-119 Isotope
Ytterbium-174 Oxide Isotope
Iron-54 Oxide Isotope
Zinc-64 Oxide Isotope
Lithium-7 Isotope
Ruthenium-99 Isotope
Tungsten-182 Isotope
Ytterbium-176 Oxide Isotope
Iron-57 Oxide Isotope
Zinc-66 Oxide Isotope

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