Isotopes participate in the same chemical reactions but often at differing rates.
As a result it is always undergoing natural radioactive decay while the abundances of the other isotopes are unchanged.
Carbon-14 is most abundant in atmospheric carbon dioxide because it is constantly being produced by collisions between nitrogen atoms and cosmic rays at the upper limits of the atmosphere.
A semi-dwarf notable for its vigorous habit and bountiful fruit, yielding two crops of succulent green figs each year.
Sweet, amber-colored flesh with a flavorful honey note.
Along with hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and sulfur, carbon is a building block of biochemical molecules ranging from fats, proteins, and carbohydrates to active substances such as hormones.