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How to produce <strong>Gallium 67</strong>

Cyclotron
Target
Chemistry
Optimized production route
Cyclone® 30

Cyclone® 30

<p><sup>67</sup>Ga can be produced on a cyclotron using proton bombardment at 26- 28MeV.&nbsp;</p> More about Cyclone® 30
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Nirta® Solid target 30 MeV

Nirta® Solid target 30 MeV

<p>Nirta<sup>®</sup> Solid target 30 MeV is used for irradiation of enriched <sup>68</sup>Zn. &nbsp;</p>
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Dissolution & Purification

Dissolution & Purification

<p>The irradiated target material is then dissolved and purified to isolate <sup>67</sup>Ga in Ga-chloride or citrate. Enriched Zinc can be reused for further plating&nbsp;</p>
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Alternative
Cyclone® KIUBE

Cyclone® KIUBE

<p><sup>67</sup>Ga can also be produced on the Cyclone<sup>®</sup> KIUBE using a proton beam of ~ 15 MeV</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> More about Cyclone® KIUBE
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Nirta® Solid target

Nirta® Solid target

<p>Nirta<sup>®</sup> Solid target &nbsp;can be used for irradiation of enriched <sup>67</sup>Zn. &nbsp;</p> More about Nirta® target
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Dissolution & Purification

Dissolution & Purification

<p>The irradiated target material is then dissolved and purified to isolate <sup>67</sup>Ga in Ga-chloride or citrate. Enriched Zinc can be reused for further plating.</p>
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