Contamination-free separation of stable nuclides produced in an iron target by proton bombardment
An application of the temperature gradient tube method is described, which has allowed to chemically separate the elements, Be, Ca, Sc, Ti, V, Cr, Mn produced in an iron target irradiated by high energy protons, without noticeable contamination by natural impurities. It is suggested that this method could be useful in other works on small quantities of stable isotopes.
KeywordsQuartz Tube Copper Tube High Energy Proton Proton Bombardment Natural Impurity
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