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Research Article

Evaluation of and Productions Based on a High-Performance Cyclotron

Table 1

Niobium and technetium isotopes expected to be produced by the Mo(p, x) reactions.

Reaction Product Decay Daughter

p, 2n 95Nb 34.99 d 95Mo (stable)
p, n 96Nb 23.35 h 96Mo (stable)
p, 97Nb 72.1 m 97Mo (stable)
p, 2pn 98Nb 2.9 s 98Mo (stable)
p, 2p 99Nb 15 s 99Mo
Nb 2.6 m 99Mo (96.2%)
IT Nb (3.8%)
p, 6n Tc EC 61 d 95Mo (96.1%) (stable)
IT Tc (3.9%)
Tc EC 20 h 95Mo (stable)
p, 5n Tc EC 51.5 m 96Mo (2.0%) (stable)
IT Tc (98.0%)
Tc EC 4.28 d 96Mo (stable)
p, 4n Tc EC  y 97Mo (stable)
Tc IT 91 d Tc (96.1%)
EC 97Mo (3.9%) (stable)
p, 3n 98Tc  y 98Ru (stable)
p, 2n Tc IT 6.01 h Tc (99.9963%)
99Ru (0.0037%) (stable)
Tc  y 99Ru (stable)
p, n 100Tc 15.46 s 100Ru (99.9982%) (stable)
EC 100Mo (0.0018%) (stable)

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