Production and separation of non-carrier-added 86Y from enriched 86Sr targets.

@article{vilaRodrguez2008ProductionAS,
  title={Production and separation of non-carrier-added 86Y from enriched 86Sr targets.},
  author={Miguel Angel {\'A}vila-Rodr{\'i}guez and Jonathon A. Nye and Robert Jerry Nickles},
  journal={Applied radiation and isotopes : including data, instrumentation and methods for use in agriculture, industry and medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={66 1},
  pages={
          9-13
        }
}
The metallic radionuclide (86)Y was produced by irradiation of enriched (86)SrCO(3) on a low-energy proton-only cyclotron. Irradiations up to 20 microA for 2h were performed with 11 MeV protons using a water-cooled target mounting with circulating chilled helium. Experimental thick target yields of 26.7 mCi/microA yielded 24 mCi of (86)Y in 2h of bombardment at 10 microA. The difference in solubility products between Y(OH)(3) and Sr(OH)(2) allows the separation of (86)Y from an alkaline… CONTINUE READING
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