Does 72Fe occur naturally? Either way, can it be produced synthetically and if so, how?
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Nuclear Wallet Cards give a half life of 150 nanoseconds for Fe-72. Such short-lived isotopes are not found in equilibrium in nature and cannot be artificially produced except in microscopic quantities.