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# What is the isotope notation of cobalt-60?

The for Cobalt-60 is: ._(27)^60Co

Isotope notation is written as follows:

._(A)^ZX, where X is the atomic symbol for the element. Here, Co stands for cobalt, Z is the (the total number of protons and neutrons) and A is the (the number of protons).

Cobalt-60 is frequently used as a radioactive tracer and to produce intense gamma waves.