Nomogrammes pour déterminer l'activité de tellure-132 nécessaire pour obtenir une activité donnée en iode-132

Georges Stiennon, G. Geladi

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    The importance of iodine-132 for medical applications has been proved very often . In view of the short life of this isotope (2.4 h) it has to be kept under the form of its parent teIIurium-132 (77 h) wherefrom it can be easily separated by chromatography on aluminium. We propose two nomograms which enable the determination of the activity A of te I I urium-132 to be present, if for n days, and providing m separations per day, one needs either a daily activity of iodine-132 at least equal to a given activity a (nomogram 1), or every
    day a certain activity of iodine-132 which adds up to a given total
    activity s (nomogram II).
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherSCK CEN
    Number of pages10
    StatePublished - Sep 1961

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    NameSCK CEN Reports
    PublisherSCK CEN

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