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Isotopes of Tin (click to see decay chain):
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119Sn    Half-lifeFermion, 50p 69ntitle icon
StableSpin 1/2 Parity 1

This isotope is stable and thus has no decay products, so instead we show decay chains that lead down to it.
Atomic Weight118.90330763
Abundance8.59%
Mass Excess-90.068363MeV
Binding Energy8.499477MeV
Magnetic Moment-1.04728μ
Quadrupole MomentN/A
 
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Decay chain image generated by Mathematica's GraphPlot and IsotopeData functions from Wolfram Research, Inc..