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Tin-121m is a radioisotope and nuclear isomer with a halflife of 43.9 years. In a normal thermal reactor, it has a very low fission product yield; thus, this isotope is not a significant contributor to nuclear waste.
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Fast fission or fission of some heavier actinides will produce 121mSn at higher yields.
Categories: Tin | Isotopes | Fission products
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