Template:Infobox lead isotopes journal

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Table 1 | Main isotopes of lead
Iso­tope Decay
abun­dance half-life (t1/2) mode pro­duct
202Pb syn 5.25(28)×104 y ε 202Tl
204Pb 1.4% stable
205Pb trace 1.53(7)×107 y ε 205Tl
206Pb 24.1% stable
207Pb 22.1% stable
208Pb 52.4% stable
209Pb trace 3.253(14) h β 209Bi
210Pb trace 22.3(22) y β 210Bi
211Pb trace 36.1(2) min β 211Bi
212Pb trace 10.64(1) h β 212Bi
214Pb trace 26.8(9) min β 214Bi
Isotopic abundances vary greatly by sample
Standard atomic weight (Ar, standard)

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References

  1. Meija et al. 2016.
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The master template is {{Infobox element isotopes}} (talk).

Parameters[edit]

|name=
|symbol=
|isotopes=<!-- tablerow subtemplates, see below -->
|isotopes table footnote=
|conventional atomic weight=
|standard atomic weight=
|standard atomic weight ref=

The 'isotopes' parameter[edit]

Isotopes are to be entered by the editor in |isotopes=, using one subtemplate for each isotope. The subtemplate produces one row in the table (possibly with multiple decay mode routes). The infobox adds the outer table form.

Simple demo tablerows[edit]

What |isotopes= input should look like:

Main isotopes of <element>
Iso­tope Decay
abun­dance half-life (t1/2) mode pro­duct
19F 100% stable
251Cf trace 898 y α 247Cm
| isotopes =<!-- the parameter -->
{{Infobox element isotopes/isotopes stable
  | mn=19
  | sym=F
  | link=fluorine-19
  | na=100%
}}<!-- a table datarow for one isotope -->
{{Infobox element isotopes/isotopes decay
  | mn=251
  | sym=Cf
  | na=trace
  | hl=898 y
  | dm=α
  | de=6.172
  | pn=247
  | ps=Cm
}}<!-- another table row for another isotope -->

Full demo with all tablerow options[edit]

Full demo input

The examples are from various elements.

| name=full demo
| conventional atomic weight=
| standard atomic weight=238.02891(3)
| standard atomic weight ref=<ref>Reference for ''A''<sub>r</sub></ref>
| isotopes table footnote=* = [[excited state]]{{sfn|Chisté|2006}}
| isotopes =
{{Infobox element isotopes/isotopes stable
  | link=Fluorine-19
  | mn=19
  | sym=F
  | na=100%
  | n=10
}}
{{Infobox element isotopes/isotopes decay
  | mn=251
  | sym=Cf
  | na=trace
  | hl=898 y
  | dm=α
  | de=6.172
  | link1=curium-247
  | pn=247
  | ps=Cm
}}
{{Infobox element isotopes/isotopes decay2
  | mn=252
  | sym=Cf
  | na=trace
  | hl=2.645 y
  | dm1=α (96.91%)
  | de1=6.217
  | link1=curium-248
  | pn1=248
  | ps1=Cm
  | dm2=SF (3.09%)
  | de2=–
  | pn2=
  | ps2=–
}}
{{Infobox element isotopes/isotopes decay3
  | mn=26
  | sym=Al
  | na=[[trace radioisotope|trace]]
  | hl=7.17×105 y
  | dm1=[[Positron emission|β<sup>+</sup>]]
  | de1=1.17
  | link1=magnesium-26
  | pn1=26
  | ps1=Mg
  | dm2=[[electron capture|ε]]
  | de2=–
  | link2=magnesium-26
  | pn2=26
  | ps2=Mg
  | dm3=[[Gamma radiation|γ]]
  | de3=1.8086
  | pn3=
  | ps3=–
}}
{{Infobox element isotopes/isotopes_decay4
  | mn=260
  | sym=Md
  | na=[[synthetic radioisotope|syn]]
  | hl=31.8 [[day|d]]
  | dm1=SF
  | de1=–
  | pn1=
  | ps1=–
  | dm2=α
  | de2=7.000
  | link2=einsteinium-256
  | pn2=256
  | ps2=Es
  | dm3=ε
  | de3=–
  | link3=fermium-260
  | pn3=260
  | ps3=Fm
  | dm4=[[beta emission|β<sup>−</sup>]]
  | de4=1.000
  | link4=nobelium-260
  | pn4=260
  | ps4=No
}}
Main isotopes of full demo
Iso­tope Decay
abun­dance half-life (t1/2) mode pro­duct
19F 100% stable
251Cf trace 898 y α 247Cm
252Cf trace 2.645 y α (96.91%) 248Cm
SF (3.09%)
26Al trace 7.17×105 y β+ 26Mg
ε 26Mg
γ
260Md syn 31.8 d SF
α 256Es
ε 260Fm
β 260No
Standard atomic weight (Ar, standard)
  • 238.02891(3)[2]

See also[edit]

Index to chemical element pages
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Article quality: 
  1. Chisté 2006.
  2. Reference for Ar