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We have studied the photon activation analysis of carbon in InF3-based fluoride, chalcogenide and tellurite glasses for fiber amplifiers, and especially the nuclear interference from a matrix produced by (γ,n), (γ,2n), (γ,p) and (n,γ) reactions and a flow method for the rapid and simple separation of 11C. A chemical separation technique is indispensable for determining carbon, because seventeen radionuclides are observed in these glasses. The flow method can sequentially be undertaken, the fusion of an irradiated sample with an oxidizer, the conversion of 11C into 11CO2, and the absorption of 11C in ethanolamine solution. We used a mixture of Pb3O4 and B2O3 as the oxidizer. There is interference with the 11C measurement because 18F and 68Ga are produced in fluoride and chalcogenide glasses by the 19F(γ,n), 23Na(γ,αn) and 69Ga(γ,n) reactions, respectively, and also absorbed in ethanolamine solution. Therefore, this flow method can only be applied to tellurite glasses. The chemical yield provided by the flow method was close to 100% when determining carbon in Japanese Iron and Steel Certified Reference Materials (JSS) by using lithium carbonate as a standard sample. We determined that the carbon concentrations in four kinds of tellurite glass were 7 to 14 ppm.

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and thermal changes of TG/DSC curves of mixtures for 600 °C without isothermal annealing ( t ann = 0) are correlated and are caused by the two-stage decomposition of lithium carbonate. The two-stage decomposition was also observed during synthesis of

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: László Andrássy, Gyula Maros, István János Kovács, Ágnes Horváth, Katalin Gulyás, Éva Bertalan, Anikó Besnyi, Judit Füri, Tamás Fancsik, Zoltán Szekanecz, and Harjit Pal Bhattoa

. M.: Effect of lithium carbonate on subchondral bone in sexually mature Wistar rats. Exp. Toxicol. Pathol., 2006, 58 (2–3), 197–201. Pepersack, T., Corvilain, J., Bergmann, P.: Effects of lithium on bone

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solutions with other lithium ceramics, among other possible applications. Experimental section Initially, α-LiBO 2 was synthesized dissolving lithium carbonate (Li 2 CO 3 , Aldrich) and boric acid (H 3 BO 3 , Sigma) in water

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on the lithium carbonate, the CO 2 chemisorption behavior would be almost identical for all samples. However, this is not observed. For example, Li 4 SiO 4 and Li 5 AlO 4 behave very differently. While Li 4 SiO 4 chemisorbs CO 2 between 350 and

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rate of diffusion-controlled lithium carbonate and zinc oxide dissolution. References 1. Ahniyaz , A , Fujiwara , T , Song , S-W , Yoshimura , M . Low temperature

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