MEASUREMENT OF 99Mo YIELD IN 100Mo(p, x) WITH 30 MeV PROTON IRRADIATION OF MULTICOMPONENT SUBMICRON PARTICLESстатья

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[1] Measurement of 99mo yield in 100mo(p, x) with 30 mev proton irradiation of multicomponent submicron particles / A. A. Artyukhov, A. A. Artyukhov, V. A. Zagryadskii et al. // Atomic Energy, Vol. 124, No. 4, August, 2018. — 2018. — Vol. 124, no. 4. — P. 261–265. The radionuclide 99Mo was produced and separated in the process of irradiating powdered mixtures of molybdenum compounds and buffer particles by 30 MeV protons. The separation is based on the Szilard– Chalmers effect wherein 99Mo recoil particles are fi xed in inert buffer particles. Two types of targets were investigated by using mixtures: soluble molybdenum compound–insoluble buffer and insoluble molybdenum compound–soluble buffer. 99Mo yield equal to 20% with enrichment coeffi cient 18.3 was obtained by using a target consisting of a mixture of submicron 100MoO3 and Al2O3 particles; the 99Mo yield was equal to 20% and the enrichment coeffi cient 18.3. For a target with the composition 100MoS2 + KCl, making it possible to separate 99Mo recoil atoms directly into solution, the 99Mo yield was equal to 8.7% and the enrichment coeffi cient 30.7.

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