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A new highly sensitive track method for the determination of thorium (232Th) and neptunium (237Np) has been developed. The technique includes the radiochemical separation procedure of the isotopes followed by the irradiation of the resultant samples on the MT-25 microtron. The detection limit is équivalent up to 3·10–13 g of232Th and 7·10–14 of237Np. The method was used to determine232Th and237Np isotopes in water samples.

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A good separation of the pair Md-Fm was performed on a spheroidal cation exchanger OSTION by means of ammonium -hydroxy--methylbutyrate. The sepation factors and the position of elution peaks for elements of pairs Md-Fm and Ho-Dy are similar.

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The electrophoresis of zirconium and hafnium ions in aqueous solutions was investigated. No-carrier-added 88Zr and 175Hf have been used in microconcentrations (10-11M). The complexation of zirconium and hafnium with DTPA has been investigated in a large pH interval. The stability constants of the Zr-DTPA and Hf-DTPA complexes were determined for the first time by the method of horizontal zone electrophoresis in free electrolyte. The electrophoretic behavior of Zr(IV) and Hf(IV) ions in nitric acid solutions has also been studied.

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The electrophoretic method was recently developed for the determination of diffusion coefficients of ions in aqueous solution. By solving the Fick's second law in the presence of unlimited media and constant quantity of diffusing species we obtain a relationship between the diffusion coefficient and the standard deviation of the distribution profile. The diffusion coefficients of Cd(II), In(III), Zr(IV), Hf(IV), Pu(VI) and [InDTPA]2– in nitric acid solution were determined as well as the effective charge of In-DTPA complex at pH 4.50.

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We have determined the isomeric ratios in 74Se(γ, n)73m,gSe and 82Se(γ, n)81m,gSe photonuclear reactions of natural Selenium induced by bremsstrahlungs with end-point energies in the giant dipole resonance region. The investigated samples were irradiated at electron accelerator Microtron MT-25 of the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reaction, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia. The gamma spectra of the samples irradiated were measured with spectroscopic system consisting of 8,192 channel analyzer and high-energy resolution (180 keV at gamma ray 1,332 keV of 60Co) HP(Ge) semiconductor detector Canberra. The GENIE2000 (Canberra) computer program was used for data processing. The results were discussed and compared with those of other authors.

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We have determined the isomeric ratios in 120Te(γ, n)119m,gTe, 122Te(γ, n)121m,gTe, 128Te(γ, n)127m,gTe and 130Te(γ, n)129m,gTe photonuclear reactions of natural tellurium induced by bremsstrahlungs with end-point energies in the giant dipole resonance (GDR) region. The investigated samples were irradiated at electron accelerator Microtron MT-25 of the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reaction, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia. The gamma spectra of the samples irradiated were measured with spectroscopic system consisting of 8192 channel analyzer and high-energy resolution (180 keV at gamma ray 1,332 keV of 60Co) HP(Ge) semiconductor detector Canberra. The GENIE2000 (Canberra) computer program was used for data processing. The results were discussed and compared with those of other authors.

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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: A. Gelen, N. López, O. D. Maslov, A. G. Belov, M. V. Gustova, O. Díaz, J. Beltrán, J. Soto, M. V. Manso Guevara, M. Pérez and M. J. Simón

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Twenty six elements was studied preliminary in the superficial sediments of Havana Bay using gamma activation analysis by the electron accelerator microtron MT-25 at the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions, JINR. Samples from five zones of Havana Bay including the three coves were analyzed. The obtained results show a close relation between the concentration levels of the studied elements and the pollution sources. Some elements (As, Ba, Ni, Pb, Cu, Zn, Fe, Cr, Mn) have high concentration levels compared to the values for other environmental marine sediments reported in the literature.

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