Yellow Chemist

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Heavy Water

Heavy water is the common name for deuteriom oxide (D2O). It is a liquid denser than water (d=1.106 g/cm3). It is used in nuclear reactors as a moderator to stop neutron movement. 

Deuterium is an isotope of Hydrogen, having one proton and one neutron. It represents the 0.015% of all Hydrogen atoms. 

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