What is wise in the production of99Mo? A comparison of eight possible production routes. Wolterbeek, B., Kloosterman, J., L., Lathouwers, D., Rohde, M., Winkelman, A., Frima, L., & Wols, F. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 302(2):773-779, 2014.
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© Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary 2014. The present paper addresses eight possible routes of producing 99 Mo, and discusses both yield and 99 Mo specific activities (SA) in the context of anticipated worldwide demand. Target dimensions are modelled by considering both limits set by cooling and by inside-target radiation attenuation characteristics. Energy deposition profiles are set up by MCNP6, reaction probabilities are taken from TALYS/TENDL and JANIS codes, and both are used in arriving at the produced 99 Mo. The outcomes suggest that U neutron-fission may remain one of the most relevant and efficient means of producing 99 Mo at the world-demand level, but that within this domain new developments may surface, such as ADSR or AHR production modes. Accelerator-based 99 Mo production is discussed as asking for developments in both target cooling and new concepts in post-EOB upgrading of 99 Mo SA, and/or new concepts for 99 Mo/ 99m Tc-generators, the latter possibly in both volumes (mass) and 99 Mo capacities.
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