# How do we represent a carbon atom that contains EIGHT neutrons symbolically?

""_6^14 C
If $Z = 6$ you specify the carbon element UNEQUIVOCALLY. The most abundant isotope is ""_6^12C, i.e. 6 neutrons in the carbon nucleus, the next most abundant is ""_6^13C, which allows non-sporting analysis of carbon compounds by NMR spectroscopy. ""_6^14C has a half-life of 5700 years...........
How many neutrons in the ""_6^14C isotope?