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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Froidevaux P, Happel S, Chauvin AS
Article Title: Ion-imprinted polymer concept for selective extraction of Y-90 and Eu-152 for medical applications and nuclear power plant monitoring.
Publication date: 2006
Journal: Chimia
Volume: 60
Issue: (4)
Page numbers: 203-206.
DOI: 10.2533/000942906777674895
Alternative URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/scs/chimia/2006/00000060/00000004/art00010

Abstract: The metal ion imprinted concept has been used to imprint dipicolinic derivative coordination cages in styrene-based polymeric material. This resin displays very high selectivity for yttrium and lanthanides. Distribution coefficients determined for Y-88 and Sr-85 emphasize the possibility for the material to be used as chromatographic support for direct production of medical grade Y-90 from a Sr-90 source. Europium has been successfully extracted by the resin from a large volume of tap water. Thus the material could be used for radiation monitoring of nuclear power plants, particularly regarding the determination of radiolanthanides in the cooling system
Template and target information: yttrium, lanthanides, eurpoium
Author keywords: europium, extraction, ion imprinting, lanthanicles, yttrium-90


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