The 82Sr/82Rb radionuclide generator is used very commonly in positron emission tomography. ALICE/ASH and TALYS 1.0 codes were used to
calculate excitation functions for proton, alpha and 3He induced on various targets that lead to produce 82Sr radioisotope using intermediate energy accelerators. Recommended thickness of the targets according to SRIM code was premeditated.
The application of those data, particularly in the calculation of integral yields, is discussed and theoretical integral yields
for any reaction were computed. To consider precision of TALYS 1.0 code calculations, 85Rb(p,4n)82Sr process was determined as most interesting one due to radionuclide purity. The TALYS 1.0 code predicts a maximum cross-section
of about 130 mb at 47 MeV for this reaction. Rubidium chloride deposition on copper substrate was carried out via sedimentation
method in order to produce 82Sr. 2.98 g RbCl, 1.043 g ethyl cellulose, 10 mL acetone were used to prepare a layer of enriched rubidium chloride of 11.69 cm2 area and 0.34 g/cm2 thickness.