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Tellurium-124 or 124Te is a stable isotope of tellurium. Its natural abundace is 4.74%, making it the 5th most abundant isotope of tellurium. Tellurium has a total of 8 stable isotopes and many unstable.
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Tellurium-124 can be used as a starting material in the production of radionuclides by a cyclotron or other particle accelerators. Some common radionuclides that can be produced from tellurium-124 are Iodine-123 and Iodine-124.
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