Aqueous carbonic acid: a readily removable electrolyte for the recovery of [18F]fluoride from anion exchange resins.

@article{Jewett1991AqueousCA,
  title={Aqueous carbonic acid: a readily removable electrolyte for the recovery of [18F]fluoride from anion exchange resins.},
  author={Douglas M. Jewett},
  journal={International journal of radiation applications and instrumentation. Part A, Applied radiation and isotopes},
  year={1991},
  volume={42 4},
  pages={410-1}
}
  • Douglas M. Jewett
  • Published 1991 in
    International journal of radiation applications…
[18F]Fluoride was recovered from [18O]target water in high yield by trapping it on a microcolumn of an anion exchange resin (20 mg Dowex 1 x 8, 400 mesh) and subsequent elution of the column (in the reverse direction) by aqueous carbonic acid at 52 atm. The carbonic acid was removed from the [18F]fluoride solution by brief heating at 85 C, 1 atm. Thus no… CONTINUE READING