Isotope Browser

Isotope Browser


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Provided by the Nuclear Data Section of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the app gives properties of more than 4 000 nuclides and isomers.

A Chart of Nuclides, with zooming and tapping enabled, and a Periodic Table of Elements are included to allow easy selection and navigation.

Filter criteria on half-life, decay mode, radiation type and energy can be selected.
Summary data are presented in a scrolling list, with a details page for each nuclide containing web links to the data sources and further information.
The filtered nuclides can be visualised on the Chart of Nuclides.

Data are taken from the most recent and reliable sources, and optimal search-and-retrieve performance is achieved with an embedded database, meaning that no network connection is required.

Tags: isotope browser.

Recently changed in this version

* Tablets Supported *

- Minor changes in uncertainties display

Comments and ratings for Isotope Browser
  • (75 stars)

    by Jack Sexton on 15/03/2015

    Exactly what I needed, a portable version of that ever useful poster on the wall of the lab. Perfect when you forget the decay times of a particular isotope.

  • (75 stars)

    by N Harker on 05/02/2015

    All perfect now. I think the issue I mentioned before was my mistake after all. 5 stars well deserved.

  • (75 stars)

    by Neil Harker on 26/01/2015

    I would like to see the "Decay" requirement removed for advanced search. It should be available, but not required to perform a search. Sometimes, the decay types in an unknown sample are not known. Other than that, its very handy considering it's a smartphone app.

  • (75 stars)

    by Sherif EL Tamimy on 17/12/2014

    V good but need to put more details and meaning to the described data.

  • (75 stars)

    by Henry Phillips on 11/12/2014

    This is amazing but probably just me how do you get to the menu

  • (75 stars)

    by Kevin Anderson on 11/12/2014


  • (75 stars)

    by Jan Sirkia on 23/08/2014

    The app is getting more and more stable for each update and is now working fine on my galaxy s4. It holds a great amount of info about the isotopes of the elements. I haven't found any app which come close to this one. Try it!

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