Deuterium isotope labelling of colloidal mixtures
Deuteration is the process in which all or some of the hydrogen (1H or H) atoms of a compound are replaced by the stable (nonradioactive) heavier isotope of hydrogen, deuterium (2H or D). Different isotopes of the same element exhibit nearly identical chemical behaviour.
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