TITLE

Separation of the no-carrier-added 109Cd from Ag, Cu and 65Zn by use of a precipitation and AG1-X8 resin

AUTHOR(S)
Sadeghi, M.; Karami, H.; Sarabadani, P.; Bolourinovin, F.
PUB. DATE
September 2009
SOURCE
Journal of Radioanalytical & Nuclear Chemistry;Sep2009, Vol. 281 Issue 3, p619
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The 109Cd radionuclide was produced in the cyclotron via natAg(p,n)109Cd reaction. The radiochemical separation of 109Cd from silver and non-isotopic impurities comprised of two stages. The optimum conditions of the 109Cd separation methods were: Ag precipitation with 0.015 M HCl and Cu and 65Zn by use of 0.015 M HCl on AG1-X8 strong anion-exchange resin. Chemical and radionuclidic purity of 109Cd were measured by ICP-AES and gamma-ray spectrometry respectively. Recovery yield and radionuclidic purity were obtained 99.7% and 99%, respectively.
ACCESSION #
44513670

 

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