Technetium is the first element without stable isotopes. In Earth's crust it exists due to natural uranium decay, on Earth's surface as consequence of nuclear explosions. The long-lived isotope 98Tc has a half-life of 4.3 million years, which makes technetium moderately good researchable. It is a silvery, hard, relatively noble metal with attributes similar to rhenium. It has its most important application in medicine, where the isomer 99mTc is a main substance for radio diagnosis. This is made synthetically.
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