Radiogenic Nuclides

Some articles on nuclides, nuclide, radiogenic nuclides:

Radioactive Source - Occurrence and Applications
... These lightest stable nuclides (including deuterium) survive to today, but any radioactive isotopes of the light elements produced in the Big Bang (such as tritium) have long since decayed ... For example, carbon-14, a radioactive nuclide with a half-life of only 5730 years, is constantly produced in Earth's upper atmosphere due to ... Nuclides that are produced by radioactive decay are called radiogenic nuclides, whether they themselves are stable or not ...
Radioactive Decay - Occurrence and Applications
... These lightest stable nuclides (including deuterium) survive to today, but any radioactive isotopes of the light elements produced in the Big Bang (such as tritium) have long since decayed ... For example, carbon-14, a radioactive nuclide with a half-life of only 5730 years, is constantly produced in Earth's upper atmosphere due to interactions between cosmic rays and nitrogen ... Nuclides that are produced by radioactive decay are called radiogenic nuclides, whether they themselves are stable or not ...