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  • Immobilization of Radionuclide 133Cs by Magnesium Silicate Hydrate Cement. [Journal Article]
    Materials (Basel) 2019; 13(1)Zhang T, Li T, … Cheeseman CR
  • The radionuclide cesium (Cs) was solidified using magnesium silicate hydrate (M-S-H) cement. The influence of Cs+ on the reaction of the M-S-H gel system was evaluated by measuring the compressive strength and microscopic properties of the solidified body. By testing the impact resistance, leaching resistance and freeze-thaw resistance of the solidified body, the immobilizing ability of Cs+ by th…
  • Radiolysis reduction in liquid solution targets for the production of 89Zr. [Journal Article]
    Appl Radiat Isot 2020; 155:108791Zacchia NA, Martinez DM, Hoehr C
  • Increased interest in radiometals for nuclear medicine and imaging can be hampered by radionuclide supply. 89Zr for example, is a PET imaging nuclide for which no radionuclide generator exists. One method to produce 89Zr involves irradiating aqueous solutions of yttrium nitrate salt on small medical cyclotrons. However, in irradiating these solutions the radiolysis of water can cause significant …
  • Nuclide++: A C++ module to include DDEP recommended radioactive decay Data in Geant4. [Journal Article]
    Appl Radiat Isot 2019; :108964Thiam C, Dulieu C, … Kellett MA
  • This article describes the Nuclide++ module developed at LNE-LNHB to simulate the decay schemes related to single or multiple radionuclides, by randomly selecting decay pathways. Written in C++, with respect of the Geant4 coding style, this module can be used transparently in Geant4-based simulation applications as an alternative to the existing Radioactive Decay Module (RDM). Nuclide++ takes adv…
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