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Laser ablation of Fe$_2$B target enriched in 10B content for boron neutron capture therapy

@inproceedings{Barmina2021LaserAO,
  title={Laser ablation of Fe\$\_2\$B target enriched in 10B content for boron neutron capture therapy},
  author={Ekaterina V Barmina and Irina N. Zavestovskaya and A. I. Kasatova and Dmitry S. Petrunya and O. V. Uvarov and Vladimir V. Saraykin and M. I. Zhilnikova and Valery V. Voronov and Georgy A Shafeev and Sergey Yu Taskaev},
  year={2021}
}
The technique of laser ablation in liquids is applied to produce of Boron-containing nanoparticles from ablation of a Fe2B bulk target enriched in B isotope. Laser ablation of the target in liquid isopropanol results in partial disproportionation to free Fe and Boron while nanoparticles of Fe2B are also presented. Nanoparticles are magnetic and can be collected using a permanent magnet. Average size of nanoparticles is of 15 nm. The content of B in generated nanoparticles amounts to 76,9… Expand

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