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Isotope effect can refer to: A difference in reaction rate due to a difference in the isotope present in the substrate is called isotope effect.
- Kinetic isotope effect
- Magnetic isotope effect
- Superconductive transition temperature varying by isotope atomic weight; See BCS theory#Successes of the BCS theory
- Isotopic shift, effect of isotopic substitution on spectroscopy
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