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What is deuterium?


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Sometimes called heavy-hydrogen, it is an isotope of hydrogen with mass number two - one proton and one neutron - and around 1 in 6,500 hydrogen atoms in nature is deuterium. It has practical uses in the nuclear industry where it is combined with oxygen to make so called heavy water (D2O).

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