Production routes of 107,109Cd radioisotopes via charged particle induced nuclear reactions

Abstract

Activation cross sections of application related 107Cd and 109Cd via proton, deuteron, alpha particle induced reactions on palladium, 3He and alpha particle induced nuclear reactions on silver and deuteron induced reactions on cadmium and indium were measured by using the stacked foil irradiation technique and gamma-ray spectrometry. The cross sections were compared with the earlier experimental data and theoretical predictions. Integral yields were deduced on the basis of experimental data. Different production routes for both radioisotopes are compared.

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Tárkányi, F., Ditrói, F., Takács, S. et al. Production routes of 107,109Cd radioisotopes via charged particle induced nuclear reactions. J Radioanal Nucl Chem 318, 1949–1966 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10967-018-6226-1

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Keywords

  • Medical radioisotopes
  • 107Cd
  • 109Cd
  • Proton, deuteron, 3He and 4He irradiations
  • Nuclear reaction model code
  • Physical yield