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Main isotopes of silicon (14Si)
Iso­tope Decay
abun­dance half-life (t1/2) mode pro­duct
28Si 92.2% stable
29Si 4.7% stable
30Si 3.1% stable
31Si trace 2.62 h β 31P
32Si trace 153 y β 32P
Standard atomic weight Ar, standard(Si)
  • [28.084, 28.086][1]
  • Conventional: 28.085
Al ←

i'box Al

iso
14
Si E
→ P

i'box P

[]  Data sets read by {{Infobox element}}
Name and identifiers
Top image (caption, alt)
Pronunciation
Category (enwiki)
Standard atomic weight
  most stable isotope
Natural occurence
Phase at STP
Oxidation states
Spectral lines image
Electron configuration (cmt, ref)
Term symbol * (cmt, ref)
Wikidata *
* Not used in {{Infobox element}} (2019-02-03)
See also {{Infobox element/symbol-to--navbox}}

References

  1. ^ Meija, Juris; et al. (2016). "Atomic weights of the elements 2013 (IUPAC Technical Report)". Pure and Applied Chemistry. 88 (3): 265–91. doi:10.1515/pac-2015-0305.
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The master template is {{Infobox element isotopes}} (talk).

ParametersEdit

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

The 'isotopes' parameterEdit

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 tablerowsEdit

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 optionsEdit

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 alsoEdit

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