Journal of Radioanalytical Chemistry

, Volume 73, Issue 1, pp 151–162 | Cite as

The radioanalytical bibliography of Brazil (1936–1979)

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Activation Analysis

  1. 1729.
    F. W. LIMA, A. ABRAO, C. PAGANO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, S. Paulo, SP, Brazil). Activation analyses using the IEAR-1 reactor. Part I. Anais Assoc. Bras. Quim., 18 (1959) 211 (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  2. 1730.
    A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, S. Paulo, SP, Brazil): Simultaneous determination of gold and uranium in ores by radioactivation analysis. IEA are the initials for “Instituto de Energia Atômica” (Brazil). Series Publication no. 7 (1959).Google Scholar
  3. 1731.
    F. W. LIMA, A. ABRAO, C. PAGANO, L. TOGNOLI (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil). Activation analyses using the IAER-1 reactor. Part II. Use of gamma-spectrometry technique. Anais Assoc. Bras. de Quim. 19 (1960) 41 (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  4. 1732.
    G. VICENTINI, M. PERRIER, F. W. LIMA, E. GIESBRECH (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): On the Use of sodium triphosphate for the separation of zirconium from hafnium. IEA Series Publication no. 25 (1960).Google Scholar
  5. 1733.
    R. GIAMBASTIANI, J. G. DA SILVA FILHO, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of chlorine and copper in high purity water by radioactivation analysis. IEA Series Publication no. 97 (1965).Google Scholar
  6. 1734.
    J. G. DA SILVA FILHO, A. ABRAO, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis of gold in ores samples. IEA Series Publication no. 98 (1965).Google Scholar
  7. 1735.
    F. W. LIMA, L. T. ATALLA, C. M. SILVA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis of arsenic in human hair. Some observations on the problem of external contamination. Anais Acad. Bras. Ciências, 37 (1965) 433.Google Scholar
  8. 1736.
    F. W. LIMA, H. SHIBATA, L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis applied to forensic investigation: some observations on the problem of human hair individualization. Proceedings of Symposium on Radiochemical Analytical Methods, Salzburg, Austria (October 1964). Published by the International Atomic Energy Agency (1965).Google Scholar
  9. 1737.
    F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Isotope production and activation analysis in research reactors. Proceedings of a Study Group Meeting on Utilization of Research Reactors, Bogotá, Colombia (1967). Published by International Atomic Energy Agency.Google Scholar
  10. 1738.
    F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis and control of high purity materials. IEA Series Information no. 9 (1967) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  11. 1739.
    F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis and its possibilities in biological sciences. IEA Series Information no. 11 (1968) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  12. 1740.
    F. W. LIMA, C. M. SILVA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis of chromium in water matrix. J. Radioanal. Chem., 1 (1968) 147.Google Scholar
  13. 1741.
    L. T. ATALLA, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of impurities in metallic magnesium by activation analysis. IEA Series Publication no. 167 (1968) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  14. 1742.
    F. W. LIMA, C. M. SILVA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Study of the influence of various factors on the radiochemical gutzeit method of activation analysis of arsenic. IEA Series Publication no. 176 (1968).Google Scholar
  15. 1743.
    L. T. ATALLA, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energie Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Association of the methods of activation analysis and isotopic dilution for the determination of copper in high purity gold samples. Proceedings of the American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting on Radiation and Isotope Technology in Latin American Development, San Juan, Puerto Rico (May 1969).Google Scholar
  16. 1744.
    F. W. LIMA, C. M. SILVA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of arsenic in germanium by the association of isotope dilution and activation analysis. J. Radioanal. Chem. 4 (1970) 197.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  17. 1745.
    F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis. Revista Iberoamericana de Educaçao Quimica, 3 (1970) no. 4, 98 (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  18. 1746.
    C. M. SILVA, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of traces of mercury in tomatoes and industrialized products from tomatoes. Revista Brasileira de Tecnologia, 1 (1970) 67 (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  19. 1747.
    F. W. LIMA, L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): An actual case of glass debris identification by NAA in an automobile accident. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 3 (1970) 13.Google Scholar
  20. 1748.
    F. W. LIMA, L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Association of the methods of activation analysis and isotope dilution for the determination of copper in chemical reagents. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 3 (1970) 23. neutron activation analysis. IEA Series Publication no. 245 (1971) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  21. 1750.
    F. W. LIMA, C. M. SILVA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Study of the influence of various factors on the radiochemical gutzeit method of activation analysis of arsenic. Proceedings of the II Interamerican Radiochemistry Conference held in Mexico (April 1968). Published by the American States Organization, Washington, D. C. (1971).Google Scholar
  22. 1752.
    M. B. A. VASCONCELLOS (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Application of activation analysis to the solution of archeology and art problems. IEA Series Information no. 24 (1972) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  23. 1751.
    F. W. LIMA, C. M. SILVA, R. GUIMARAES Jr. (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): An actual case of examination of counterfeited whisky. J. Radioanal. Chem., 15 (1973) 157.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  24. 1753.
    E. G. AGUDO, U. DUARTE, C. L. SEIGNEMARTIN (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of tantalum, niobium, titanium and tin in pegmatite minerals by means of nuclear techniques of analysis. IEA Series Publication, no. 314 (1973) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  25. 1754.
    E. G. AGUDO, C. L. SEIGNEMARTIN, U. DUARTE (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Application of neutron activation analysis to the determination of gold in minerals. IEA Series Publication no. 316 (1973) (in Portuguesse).Google Scholar
  26. 1755.
    A. M. PASSAGLIA, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of vanadium in petroleum and byproducts by neutron activation analysis. Revista Brasileira de Tecnologia, 4 (1973) 31 (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  27. 1756.
    M. MIYAMARU, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Application of the activation analysis method to the determination of atmospheric pollution. Revista Brasileira de Tecnologia, 4 (1973) 133 (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  28. 1757.
    L. T. ATALLA, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of uranium in thorium matrixes by epithermal neutron activation analysis. J. Radioanal. Chem., 20 (1974) 607.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  29. 1758.
    C. E. CALADO, E. L. MACHADO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis system with 14 MeV neutrons. IEA Series Publication no. 332 (1974) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  30. 1759.
    A. A. SUAREZ, M. L. FREITAS (Instnstituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): The use of resonance scattering of capture gamma-rays as an analytical tool. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 21 (1975) 71.Google Scholar
  31. 1760.
    L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Airborne particulates activation analysis. Comparison of results by two computation programs. IEA Series Publication no. 435 (1976) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  32. 1761.
    C. S. REQUEJO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Interfering radioisotopes in uranium determination by epithermal neutron activation analysis. IEA Series Publication no. 470 (1977) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  33. 1762.
    L. A. VINHAS, R. FULFARO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of hydrogen by neutron transmission. IEA Series Publication no. 464 (1977) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  34. 1763.
    A. CARDOSO, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of manganese in ores by activation analysis using a californium-252 neutron source. J. Radioanal. Chem., 36 (1977) 577.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  35. 1764.
    M. WIERNIK (Universidade de Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil): A twelve programs package for activation analysis and gamma-ray spectrometry. Trans. Am. Nucl. Soc., 28 (1978) no. 1, 29.Google Scholar
  36. 1765.
    B. R. S. PECEQUILO, A. A. SUAREZ (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Fuel material analysis using radioactive thermal neutron capture. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Neutron Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York, USA, 18–22. 09. 78.Google Scholar
  37. 1766.
    M. B. A. VASCONCELLOS, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Activation analysis of alkaline rocks. A comparison between destructive and non-destructive methods. J. Radioanal. Chem., 44, (1978) 55.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  38. 1767.
    C. S. REQUEJO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of uranium and thorium in pyrochlore by epithermal neutron activation analysis. Radiochemical separation of230Np and233Pa. IEA Series Publication no. 530 (1979) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  39. 1768.
    C. J. A. S. MUNITA, L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Application of neutron activation analysis to the determination of minor and trace elements in magnesite ores. IEA Series Publication no. 531 (1979).Google Scholar
  40. 1769.
    A. M. G. FIGUEIREDO, L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Mutually interfering elements in activation analysis. Study of instrumental analysis possibilities for the groups: Sc−Zn, Hg−Se and As−Sb−Br. IEA Series Publication no. 533 (1979).Google Scholar
  41. 1770.
    L. P. GERALDO, M. F. CESAR, O. Y. MAFRA, E. M. TANAKA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of uranium concentration in water samples by the fission track registration technique. J. Radioanal. Chem., 49 (1979) 115.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  42. 1771.
    M. B. A. VASCONCELLOS, M. J. A. ARMELIN, M. T. F. C. KHOURI, R. FULFARO, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Comparative study of some methods for uranium determination. Presented at XX Brazilian Chemical Society Meeting, Recife, Brazil, 4–10 November 1979 (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  43. 1772.
    M. J. A. ARMELIN, L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of minor and trace elements in cassiterite by neutron activation analysis. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 37 (1979) 335.Google Scholar

Other Radioanalytical Methods

  1. 1773.
    F. W. LIMA (Escola Politécnica, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Use of radioactive isotopes in analytical chemistry. Ciência e Cultura, 3 (1951) no. 4, 248 (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  2. 1774.
    F. W. LIMA (Escola Politécnica, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Calculation of the amount of tracer carried with precipitates of its radioactive parent. Anal. Chem., 25 (1953) 1924.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. 1775.
    F. W. LIMA, A. ABRAO, R. R. PIERONI (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Improved urinary excretion test for assay of vitamin B-12 tagged with cobalt-60. Anais Assoc. Bras. Quim., 18 (1959) 167.Google Scholar
  4. 1776.
    F. W. LIMA, R. R. PIERONI (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Paper chromatographic separation of components of rose bengal labelled with iodine-131. Nature, 184 (1959) 1065.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. 1777.
    F. W. LIMA, A. ABRAO, C. PAGANO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Recovery of cesium-137 from fission products in liquid wastes of nuclear reactors installations. IEA Series Publication no. 4 (1959).Google Scholar
  6. 1778.
    F. W. LIMA, A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Separation of bismuth from lead with (ethylenedinitrilo) tetraacetic acid-application to radiochemistry. Anal. Chem., 32 (1960) 492.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  7. 1779.
    F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Chemical problems arising on the use of swimming pool reactors and uses of the reactor in chemistry. Proceedings of Symposium on Programming and Utilization of Research Reactors, held in Vienna, October 16–21, 1961, Published by the Academic Press, London-New York.Google Scholar
  8. 1780.
    A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Cadmium determination in uranium: Bismuthiol as precipitation agent. IEA Series Publication no. 48 (1962) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  9. 1781.
    L. T. ATALLA, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of phosphorus in uranium by isotope dilution analysis. Proceedings of VI Conference on Analytical Chemistry Applied to Nuclear Reactors Technology, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, USA (1962). Publication of Atomic Energy Commission (1963).Google Scholar
  10. 1782.
    A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Radiochemical Separation of thallium from thorium by anion exchange resin. A208Tl reservoir. IEA Series Publication no. 87 (1964).Google Scholar
  11. 1783.
    A. ABRAO, M. J. C. NASTASI, A. A. LARANJA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Application of ion exchange resins to the separation of carrier free fission products. IEA Series Publication no. 101 (1965).Google Scholar
  12. 1784.
    A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Preparation of radiolead and radiobismuth to be used as tracers and standard sources. I. Interamerican Radiochemistry Conference, Montevideo (July 1963), Pan American Union, Washington, DC, p. 281 (1965).Google Scholar
  13. 1785.
    F. J. RIBAS, A. ABRAO, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Concentration and purification of cesium-137 from fission products. IEA Series Publication no. 109 (1965).Google Scholar
  14. 1786.
    F. W. LIMA, C. M. SILVA (Instituto de Energia Atomica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): A method for the determination of Sr-90 Y-90 by using EDTA and ion exchangers, application to the determination of those radioisotopes in milk. Proceedings of I. Interamerican Radiochemistry Conference, Montevideo (1963). Pan American Union, Washington, DC. (1965).Google Scholar
  15. 1787.
    F. W. LIMA, L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of gamma isomer in hexachlorocyclohexane by isotope dilution. Proceedings of I. Interamerican Radiochemistry Conference, Montevideo (1963). Pan American Union, Washington, DC. (1965).Google Scholar
  16. 1788.
    F. W. LIMA, A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): IEA fallout program report-determination of Sr-90 in Sao Paulo City fallout. In Health and Safety Laboratory, Fallout Program, Quarterly Summary Report (July 1965), HASL-161, p. 259.Google Scholar
  17. 1789.
    A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): An ion exchange-EDTA separation of lead from bismuth. Application to radiochemistry. IEA Series Publication no. 131 (1966).Google Scholar
  18. 1790.
    L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Nuclear data of some radioisotopes for gamma-ray spectrometry applied to activation analysis. IEA Series Information no. 10 (1968) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  19. 1791.
    A. ABRAO, H. T. MATSUDA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Routine radiometric determination of uranium by gamma-ray spectrometry. IEA Series Publication no. 170 (1968).Google Scholar
  20. 1792.
    A. A. LARANJA, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Study of the coprecipitation of cadmium with ammonium diuranate. IEA Series Publication no. 180 (1969).Google Scholar
  21. 1793.
    A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Chromatographic Separation of Protactinium from thorium: a protactinium-234m and protactinium-234 generator. In “Radiation and Isotope Technology in Latin American Development” Proceedings of the American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico (May 4–6, 1969), PRNC-135, p. 426–430.Google Scholar
  22. 1794.
    A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Chromatographic separation and concentration of thorium and rare earths from uranium using alumina-hydrofluoric acid. Preparation of carrier-free radiothorium and contribution to the fission rare earths. In “Radiation and Isotope Technology in latin American Development” Proceedings of the American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico (May 4–6, 1969), PRNC-135, p. 440–450.Google Scholar
  23. 1795.
    E. K. TOMIDA, A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Radiometric determination of thorium in Brazilian monazites. IEA Series Publication no. 213 (1970) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  24. 1796.
    A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Reversed phase chromatography: separation of indium from cadmium using Al2O3-Tri-n-Octylamine-HCl system. IEA Series Publication no. 241 (1971) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  25. 1797.
    M. J. C. NASTASI, G. DOMINGUEZ (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Use of cationic exchange for227Ac purification. IEA Series Publication no. 229 (1971) (in Spanish).Google Scholar
  26. 1798.
    F. W. LIMA, C. R. PUSCHEL (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Application of the retaining ion technique to separation of ions by electrophoretic focussing ions. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 6 (1971) 145.Google Scholar
  27. 1799.
    S. M. P. PUSCHEL, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Retention of tantalum by hydrated antimony(V) oxide in strongly acid media. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 6 (1971) 313.Google Scholar
  28. 1800.
    M. J. C. NASTASI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Complex formation between rare earth elements and tetracycline. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 11 (1972) 69.Google Scholar
  29. 1801.
    H. T. MATSUDA, A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Non-destructive uranium determination in low grade ores by gamma ray spectrometry: indirect measurement through234Th photopeak. IEA Series Publication no. 288 (1973), (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  30. 1802.
    I. G. ALMEIDA, G. F. PALINO (Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil): Extraction of trivalent lanthanide cations by diphenyl phosphinic acid. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 14 (1973) 323.Google Scholar
  31. 1803.
    I. G. DE ALMEIDA (Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil): Extraction of trivalent lanthanide cations by diphenyl phosphinic acid II: mechanism of the extraction. J. Radioanal. Chem., 22 (1974) 21.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  32. 1804.
    M. F. CESAR, O. Y. MAFRA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of U-235 enrichment by passive gamma-ray spectrometry. IEA Series Information no. 42 (1974) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  33. 1805.
    W. L. POLITO, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Separation of antimony from arsenic and copper by extraction chromatography. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 19 (1974) 297.Google Scholar
  34. 1806.
    M. SAIKI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of the stability constants for the complexes of rare earth elements and tetracycline. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 21 (1975) 371.Google Scholar
  35. 1807.
    G. SOUZA FILHO, A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Study of behaviour of cationic, anionic and colloidal species of titanium, zirconium and thorium towards ion exchange resins. IEA Series Publication no. 447 (1976) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  36. 1808.
    J. A. DE ARAUJO, B. FLOH, H. T. MATSUDA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Adsorption of235Pa in vycor glass from nitric solutions. Separation of233U as tracer. IEA Series Publication no. 450 (1976) (in Portuguese).Google Scholar
  37. 1809.
    S. MORAES, A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Technology of thorium purification, analytical control of trace impurities in nuclear grade thorium by combination of amine extraction and atomic absorption techniques. IEA Series Publication no. 455 (1976).Google Scholar
  38. 1810.
    M. WIERNIK (Universidade de Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil): Time dependent relative activities in the radioactive families. J. Radioanal. Chem., 31 (1976) 529.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  39. 1811.
    M. WIERNIK (Universidade de Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil): Counting geometry factors for point and evenly spread radioactive sources. Radiochim. Acta, 23 (1976) 46.Google Scholar
  40. 1812.
    M. WIERNIK (Universidade de Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil): Single channel calibration with the aid of a multichannel analyser. Radiochim. Acta, 23 (1976) 50.Google Scholar
  41. 1813.
    K. E. COLLINS, M. G. FARRIS, O. A. S. ESTRAZULAS, C. H. COLLINS (Universidade de Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil): A single solvent cocktail for liquid scintillation counting of tritium in aqueous samples. Int. J. Appl. Radiat. Isotopes, 28 (1977) 733.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  42. 1814.
    M. WIERNIK, C. C. YEE (Universidade de Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil): Repetitive synchronization devices for mass spectrometry signal averaging. Proceedings of the XXV Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Washington (1977).Google Scholar
  43. 1815.
    M. J. C. NASTASI, M. SAIKI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Use of tetracycline as complexing agent in analytical chemistry. IEA Series Publication, no. 489 (1977).Google Scholar
  44. 1816.
    M. J. C. NASTASI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Solvent extraction of the lanthanide elements, scandium, uranium and thorium using tetracycline as complexing agent. J. Radioanal. Chem., 35 (1977) 289.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  45. 1817.
    M. J. C. NASTASI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Solvent extraction studies using tetracycline as complexing agent. Part 5: Extraction of neptunium and separation from uranium. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 29 (1977) 61.Google Scholar
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    M. SAIKI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Solvent extraction studies using tetracycline as complexing agent. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 29 (1977) 67.Google Scholar
  47. 1819.
    M. SAIKI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Determination of the stability constants for the complexes of rare earth elements and tetracycline. J. Radioanal. Chem., 36 (1977) 435.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  48. 1820.
    M. SAIKI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Solvent extraction studies using tetracycline as complexing agent. Part 7. Separation of uranium from scandium and rare earths with ethylenediaminetetra-acetic acid as masking agent. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 30 (1977) 1.Google Scholar
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    M. SAIKI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Solvent extraction studies using tetracycline as complexing agent. VIII. Separation of Se, Br, Mo, Sb, Ba, Ta, W, Au and Hg from Uranium. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 35 (1978) 53.Google Scholar
  50. 1822.
    E. K. TOMIDA, A. ABRAO (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Separation of carrier-free228Th from BaSO4(228Ra). IEA Series Publication, no 502 (1978).Google Scholar
  51. 1823.
    M. SAIKI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Solvent extraction studies using tetracycline as complexing agent. IX. Separation of scandium from zinc. Radiochem. Radioanal. Letters, 35 (1978) 63.Google Scholar
  52. 1824.
    M. SAIKI, F. W. LIMA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Solvent extraction studies using tetracycline as a complexing agent. X. Determination of the stability constants for the complexes of thorium and tetracycline. J. Radioanal. Chem., 50 (1979) 77.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  53. 1825.
    D. I. T. DA SILVA, L. T. ATALLA (Instituto de Energia Atômica, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil): Investigations on the determination of yttrium by neutron activation analysis, application of the substoichiometric technique. IEA Series Publication, no. 532 (1979).Google Scholar
  54. 1826.
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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. W. Lima
    • 1
  1. 1.Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e NuclearesSao PauloBrazil

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