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Study of the half-livers of short-lived neutron-rich arsenic isotopes

Patrick Del Marmol

Study of the half-livers of short-lived neutron-rich arsenic isotopes

by Patrick Del Marmol

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Published by Almqvist & Wiksell in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arsenic -- Isotopes -- Decay.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] P. del Marmol.
    Series[Arkiv för fysik,, bd. 36, nr. 26
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC1 .S923 bd. 36, nr. 26
    The Physical Object
    Pagination205-209 p.
    Number of Pages209
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5155889M
    LC Control Number74394006

      Two new scientific papers have disproved a controversial claim made by NASA-funded scientists in that a new form of bacterial life had been discovered that could thrive on arsenic. Living organisms, both on land and in water, react in a variety of ways to arsenic exposure. The effects depend on the chemical form of the arsenic, the nature of the surrounding environment and their own particular biological sensitivity. Individual organisms or whole populations may be affected. Adverse effects include death, poor growth and failure to reproduce.

    The Arsenic Eaters. Styria, in the southeast of Austria, is a nice place to go these days. In the s, it was the residence of the arsenic-eaters, and by many accounts, it was still a very nice.   Arsenic exposure and mortality: a case-referent study from a Swedish copper smelter. Br J Ind Med. Feb. 35(1) Bae M, Watanabe C, Inaoka T, et al. Arsenic in cooked rice in Bangladesh. Lancet. Dec 7. () Franzblau A, Lilis R. Acute arsenic intoxication from environmental arsenic exposure.

    For study of short-lived nuclides of these elements, either new ultrafast ion-source techniques or ultrafast chemical techniques are essential. Isotope separators provide isobaric beams; ideally, an additional separation will provide the best possible sources for .   The objective of this paper is to reveal arsenic-adsorptive properties of human hair from contaminated drinking water. Human hair has been found to be extremely effective in separating oil and water from stable oil-water emulsions (recently conducted US DoE study). Both static and dynamic tests, along with numerical modeling, have been.


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Everyday low Author: Patrick Del Marmol. Arsenic is a nonessential trace element that is widely distributed in nature. Arsenic was used in medicinal agents in the 19th and early 20th centuries, but has been replaced by safer and more effective agents and has not been in use for over 50 years.

Nevertheless, arsenic is found widely in nature and accidental or intentional acute or chronic exposures to moderate or high levels of arsenic. 3. Results for zinc isotopes Neutron-rich zinc isotopes with A 5 74 can be produced by the Ge(p, 3pxn) reaction, and for the study of'34Zn this method has been used 'I).

Zinc isotopes with A = have been detected as fission fragments at OSIRIS and in the present work Q0 values of 7sZn are reported. Cited by:   In the study of Hu et al.

() that evaluated the effects of arsenic exposure among semiconductor workers, the mean urinary concentrations of As 3+, As 5+, MMA, DMA, and total arsenic metabolites (the sum of As 3+, As 5+, MMA and DMA) were g/L, g/L, g/L, g/L, and g/L for exposed workers, respectively, and exposed Cited by: Study of the half-livers of short-lived neutron-rich arsenic isotopes book C.

Gross's research works with 5, citations and 4, reads, including: Early Signal of Emerging Nuclear Collectivity in Neutron-Rich Sb Nuclear structure of neutron rich gallium, germanium and arsenic around N=50 and: development of a laser ion source at ALTO Article May.

Question: He Half-lives Of Different Medical Radioisotopes Are Given In The Table Below. If The Initial Amount Of Arsenic Is MCi, How Much Arsenic Is Left In The Body After 54 Days.

Value Fro Arsenic In Table Is 18 Days Fro Its Half Life. In the study of the most neutron-rich arsenic isotopes, two identical 35 cm' Ge(Li) diodes were used in a parallel mode to double the number of counts recorded per run.

For "'As and 82 As produced by 14 MeV neutron bombardments of 8°Se and 82 Se, yy coincidence spectra were recorded with two Ge(Li) diodes with the fast-slow coincidence. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is taking steps to reduce inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal, a leading source of arsenic exposure in infants.

Relative to body weight, rice intake for. Arsenic is a known human carcinogen associated with skin, lung, bladder, kidney, and liver cancer. 4 A new study from the NTP Laboratory that replicates how humans are exposed to arsenic through their whole lifetime found that mice exposed to low concentrations of arsenic in drinking water developed lung cancer.

Radioisotopes in medicine, nuclear medicine, the use of radioisotopes for diagnostics, radiation therapy, radiopharmaceuticals and other beneficial medical uses of nuclear technology. Tens of millions of nuclear medicine procedures are performed each year, and demand for radioisotopes is increasing rapidly.

The primary method of metabolizing arsenic in humans is methylation. Although once considered the main mechanism of detoxification, studies have implied the existence of other more important arsenic detoxification mechanisms in mammals.

The main route of arsenic excretion is in the urine. Humans excrete a combination of inorganic arsenic and its mono and.

Arsenic (33 As) has 33 known isotopes and at least 10 one of these isotopes, 75 As, is stable; as such, it is considered a monoisotopic longest-lived radioisotope is 73 As has a half-life of 80 days.

Arsenic has been proposed as a "salting" material for nuclear weapons (cobalt is another, better-known salting material).A jacket of 75 As, irradiated by the. Joann Gruber, who led the study, noted that, "Humans can be very efficient at removing arsenic from the body.

Improved methylation reduces the amount of inorganic arsenic circulating in the body. TOXICOLOGY Molecular biologist Barry Rosen has been making good headway studying the mechanism by which arsenic causes cancer. But he's hit a roadblock.

Although he's got funding from the National Institutes of Health, he can't buy the reagent that he needs—arsenic The Department of Energy's (DOE's) Los Alamos National Laboratory in. The purpose of this study was to assess enrichments in stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes (δ13C and δ15N) in brown-marbled groupers (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus), a marine fish that has been widely used in aquaculture.

Stable isotope analysis has been used to evaluate dietary sources and the trophic position of fish. There is the need to better understand the pattern of isotope.

Isotope abundances of arsenic. In the above, the most intense ion is set to % since this corresponds best to the output from a mass spectrometer. This is not to be confused with the relative percentage isotope abundances which totals % for all the naturally occurring isotopes. Arsenic is a protoplastic poison due to its effect on sulphydryl group of cells interfering with cells enzymes, cell respiration and mitosis.

55 Chronic arsenical poisoning and medicinal use of ars enic are known since long. Arsenic was used orally as Fowler's solution in tonic mixtures and in the treatment of asthma.

The Element Arsenic - Known Isotopes. Most of the isotope data on this site has been obtained from the National Nuclear Data visit their site for more information. Isotopes With A Known Natural Abundance. Arsenic doesn't seem much like a metal in its so called yellow form, but it also has a grey form known tellingly as metallic arsenic.

Yellow arsenic has a specific gravity of while grey arsenic has a specific gravity of Grey arsenic is the usual stable form with a melting point of degree Celsius.Presented in this article are the 29 discovered isotopes of arsenic, from A = 64 There is one stable, 11 proton-rich and 17 neutron-rich isotopes.

The HFB model predicts As and As to be the heaviest even and odd particle-bound isotope of arsenic, respectively [4]. For neutron-deficient isotopes, the proton dripline has been crossed.The radioactivity in the fission product mixture is initially mostly caused by short lived isotopes such as Iodine and Ba; after about four months Ce, 95 Zr/ 95 Nb and 89 Sr take the largest share, while after about two or three years the largest share is taken by Ce/ Pr, Ru/ Rh and Pm.