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The value obtained must be between 240 and 360 milliosmoles/kg. The measurement is made on a decayed sample. 27 Final product specification Dosage form : Formulation : Physical form : pH Specific activity Radionuclidic purity Radiochemical purity Radioactive concentration Radioactive content Chemical purity Isotonicity : : : : : : : : Sterility Pyrogens Expiry Storage Cell cleanup : : : : : 28 The dosage form is a sterile, isotonic and nonpyrogenic solution for intravenous injection containing radioactive bromine-82 as sodium bromide/chloride.
Capsule details (Fig. 1): Stringing a number of cobalt bundles onto a tie rod makes up the cobalt adjuster element of the CANDU reactor. The bundles consist of cobalt pencils arranged circunferentially around a central rod, and held between two end plates; these are counter bored to receive the cobalt pencils. The rod and the plates are made of Zircalloy. Twenty-one cobalt adjuster elements are placed in the reactor. FIG. 1. Cobalt target assembly. 3. Mass of target: The mass of each pencil varies from 52 g to 80 g depending of the length of the pencils and the form of the cobalt (slugs or pellets).
E. 9% natural abundance) are used. The projected production yields of copper-64 from irradiation of copper-63 as a function of irradiation time at various thermal neutron flux values are shown in Fig. 1. e. >94%) are required. The above procedure was provided by: S. Mirzadeh and F. F. , Nuclear Medicine Programme, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830-6229, United States of America. 51 FIG. 1. Calculated production yields of copper-64 by neutron irradiation of enriched copper-63 targets as a function of irradiation time at various thermal neutron flux values.