Atoms of the same element having an unequal number of neutrons, and an equal number of protons which offers them slightly different weights are known as Isotopes. They can be divided into two types of categories which are stable and radioactive. With the passing of time, radioactive isotopes get decayed; this is something which makes them an important tool for determining the age of archaeological soils, findings, or rocks. Over the passing of time, their abundance stays the same and this makes way for several important applications in archaeology and other disciplines.
With the combination of two hydrogen atoms and one atom of oxygen, a water molecule is formed. In nature, the stable natural isotopes present of both elements make the differentiation among specific arrays of isotopes among the same molecule of water. Everywhere in this world in which we are breathing and living in, isotopes can be found but the ratios of the occurrence of several isotopes of the same element can vary between various eco-systems and substances. BCL supplies isotope analyzers from LGR which can be used at any place. These analyzers take advantage of the off-axis ICOS technology which is a fourth-generation cavity that is an enhanced absorption technique. Over conventional Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy (CRDS) techniques, off-axis ICOS offers several advantages. These Analyzers can be easily controlled and accessed via the internet for remotely diagnosing and unattended operation.