Authors:P. Horlock, J. Clark, I. Goodier, J. Barnes, G. Bentley, P. Grant, and H. O’Brien
82Sr has now been produced by the spallation of Molybdenum by protons of up to 800 MeV. The radiochemical recovery of strontium
is described together with a description of the analytical techniques used to estimate recovered yields of the various radionuclides
generated. A radionuclide generator is described for the rapid recovery of82Rb, the 1.25 min half-life decay product of82Sr. An outline is given of the quality control procedure adopted to ensure that the82Rb is suitable for clinical use.