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How to produce <strong>Copper 61</strong>

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Cyclone® KIUBE

Cyclone® KIUBE

<p>For small <sup>61</sup>Cu production, the most cost effective solution is the irradiation of a liquid target at an energy around 16 MeV. Cyclone<sup>®</sup>&nbsp;KIUBE can have different fixed exit energy with its Custom Energy feature allowing the highest purity.</p> <p>Cyclone<sup>®</sup> KIUBE can also be equipped with a degrador foil on the liquid target.</p> More about Cyclone® KIUBE
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Nirta® liquid target

Nirta® liquid target

<p>The irradiation of inexpensive natural zinc via <sup>64</sup>Zn(p,α)<sup>61</sup>Cu nuclear reaction provides enough isotope for research applications.&nbsp;</p> More about Nirta®  liquid target
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Synthera® Extension

Synthera® Extension

<p>The technique is capable of delivering several batches of &nbsp;purified <sup>61</sup>Cu ([<sup>61</sup>Cu]Cl<sub>2</sub>)with only 30 min of post-process after End-Of-Beam (EOB), while avoiding the pre- and post- irradiation technical difficulties arising from the use of conventional solid targets.</p> More about Synthera® Extension
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