Standard Practice for Concentration of Select Radionuclides Using MnO2 for Measurement Purposes
|Publication Date:||1 June 2017|
|ICS Code (Radiation measurements):||17.240|
This practice is intended to provide a variety of approaches in which manganese oxide (MnO2) can be used to concentrate radionuclides of interest into a smaller volume counting geometry or exclude other species that would otherwise impede subsequent chemical separation steps in an overall radiochemical method, or both.
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