Isotopically Modified Compounds
R-8.2 Isotopically Substituted Compounds An isotopically substituted compound has a composition such that essentially all the molecules of the compound have only the indicated nuclide at each designated position. For
all other positions, the absence of nuclide indication means that the nuclide composition is the natural one.
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R-8.1 Symbols and Definitions
R-8.3 Isotopically Labelled Compounds
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