Method and device for generating radioisotopes from a target

Stephane Lucas, (Inventor), Ray Bricault, (Inventor)

    Research output: Patent

    Abstract

    The process comprises preparing a target (3) from a precursor of the radio-isotope (1) and an optional metal support (2). The target is irradiated in an irradiation chamber by a beam of accelerated particles to induce transmutation of the precursor into the radio-isotope. The target is then heated to provoke effusion of the radio-isotope (4) outside the target in the form of a gas, which is collected and condensed into a solid or liquid.
    Translated title of the contributionProcédé et dispositif pour la production de radio-isotopes à partir d'une cible
    Original languageEnglish
    Patent numberEP1321948
    IPCG21G 1/ 10 A I
    Priority date21/12/01
    Publication statusPublished - 25 Jun 2003

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    Lucas, S., & Bricault, R. (2003). IPC No. G21G 1/ 10 A I. Method and device for generating radioisotopes from a target. (Patent No. EP1321948).