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Excitation functions of 125Te(p, xn)-reactions from their respective thresholds up to 100 MeV with special reference to the production of 124I.
Excitation functions of the nuclear reactions 125Te(p, xn) (119,120m, 120g, 121,122,123,124,125)I were measured for the first time from their respective thresholds up to 100 MeV using theExpand
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Excitation functions of 85Rb(p,xn)(85m,g,83,82,81)Sr reactions up to 100 MeV: integral tests of cross section data, comparison of production routes of 83Sr and thick target yield of 82Sr.
The beta+ emitter 83Sr (T(1/2) = 32.4 h, Ebeta+ = 1.23 MeV, Ibeta+ = 24%) is a potentially useful radionuclide for therapy planning prior to the use of the beta+ emitter 89Sr (T(1/2) = 50.5 d). InExpand
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Radiochemical separation of 88Y from a SrCl2 target using chelating resin Chelex 100
SummaryYttrium-88 was produced from irradiation of a SrCl2 target (4.8 g, pressed into a 19 mm disc) by 33 MeV proton beam at a current of up to 90 mA. Chelating resin Chelex 100 (H+ form, 100-200Expand
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Experimental studies and nuclear model calculations on (p, xn) and (p, pxn) reactions on 85Rb from their thresholds up to 100 MeV
Summary Excitation functions were measured by the stacked-foil technique for the reactions 85Rb(p, pxn)84m, g,83, 82m, 81Rb from their thresholds up to 100 MeV. Nuclear model calculations wereExpand
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Implementation of a Tc-99m and Ce-139 scanning line source for attenuation correction in SPECT using a dual opposing detector scintillation camera.
Image degradation during single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) due to attenuation and Compton scatter of photons can cause clinical image artifacts and will also result in inaccurateExpand
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Separation of (203)Pb by ion-exchange chromatography on chelex 100 after production of (203)Pb by the Pb(p, xn)(203)Bi--> EC.beta+ (203)Pb nuclear reaction.
Bismuth radioisotopes, produced by 50-MeV proton bombardment of a lead target in a cyclotron, are separated from the lead target material by ion-exchange chromatography on a column containing 5.0 mlExpand
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Production possibility of 61Cu using proton induced nuclear reactions on zinc for PET studies
SummaryExcitation functions were measured by stacked-foil technique for the natZn(p,x)61Cu, 66Zn(p,x)61Cu, 68Zn(p,x)61Cu and Expand
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Indirect spectrophotometric determination of BIDA, DISIDA, DTPA and MDP in labelled compounds.
N-(4-(n-butyl)-acetanilide)iminodiacetic acid (BIDA), N-(2,6-diisopropylacetanilide)iminodiacetic acid (DISIDA), diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid (DTPA) and methylene diphosphonic acid (MDP) areExpand
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The production of (88)Y in the proton bombardment of (nat)Sr: New excitation and separation studies.
The cyclotron production of (88)Y at iThemba LABS is performed via the reaction (88)Sr(p,n)(88)Y. The yields obtained were inconsistent with nuclear data obtained from the literature and theExpand
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Cyclotron production of 67Ga(III) with a tandem natGe-natZn target.
Production of 67Ga(III) at the National Accelerator Centre is by proton bombardment of a natZn target, and uses 15-20 h of cyclotron beam time per production. A study was undertaken to use a tandemExpand
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