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Novel Method for Isotope Enrichment

Novel Method for Isotope Enrichment

Mark Raizen and his colleagues have developed a new method for enriching stable isotopes, a group of the world’s most expensive chemical commodities which are vital to medical imaging and nuclear power. The work has attracted some attention from the science and medical world.

Physics World has penned an article that focuses on the nuts and bolts of how the method works: Laser shines a new light on isotope separation

While DOTmed News focused more on the ways in which medicine can benefit from this novel method: Mo-99 shortage may be a thing of the past

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Tuesday, 20 October 2020

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