Definition of Carbon-12

1. Noun. (isotope) The most abundant of the two stable isotopes of carbon, (nuclide 12 6 C), having six protons and six neutrons; it is the standard for atomic weight and is used to define the mole. ¹



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Medical Definition of Carbon-12

1. The standard of atomic mass, 98.90% of natural carbon. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbon-12

carbolize
carbolized
carbolizes
carbolizing
carboluria
carbomer
carbomers
carbometallation
carbometallations
carbomethoxy
carbometry
carbomycin
carbomycin 3-O-acetyltransferase
carbon
carbon-11
carbon-12 (current term)
carbon-13
carbon-14
carbon-14 dating
carbon-based
carbon-carbon double bond isomerases
carbon-carbon ligases
carbon-carbon lyases
carbon-copy
carbon-date
carbon-dated
carbon-dates
carbon-dating
carbon-ferrous
carbon-intensive

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