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Radionuclide Half-Life Measurements References

CodeReference
§Unterweger, M.P., Hoppes, D.D., and Schima, F.J.,
"New and revised half-life measurements results,"
Nucl. Instrum. Meth. Phys. Res. A312, 349-352 (1992).
1Lucas, L.L. and Unterweger, M.P.,
"Comprehensive Review and Critical Evaluation of the Half-Life of Tritium,"
J. Res. Natl. Inst. Stand. Technol. 105, 541-549 (2000).
2Wietfieldt, F.E., Schima, F.J., Coursey, B.M., and Hoppes, D.D.,
"Long-term measurement of the half-life of 44Ti,"
Phys. Rev. C 59, 528 (1999).
3Zimmerman, B.E., Unterweger, M.P., and Cessna, J.T.,
"The Half-life of 62Cu,"
J. Phys. G 23, 1707-1714 (1997).
4Zimmerman, B.E., Cessna, J.T., and Schima, F.J.,
"The Standardization of the Potential Bone Palliation Radiopharmaceutical 117mSn(+4)DTPA,"
Appl. Radiat. Isot. 49, 317-328 (1998).
5Zimmerman, B.E., Unterweger, M.P., and Brodack, J.W.,
"Development of a Radioactivity Measurement Standard for the Potential Radiotherapy Radionuclide 177Lu,"
J. Labelled Cpd. Radiopharm. 42 Suppl. 1, S870 (1999). (Abstract)
6Unterweger, M.P.,
"Half-life measurements results at the National Institute of Standards and Technology,"
Proc. Tenth ICRM meeting, Appl. Radiat. Isot. 56, 125-130 (2002).
Created September 3, 2009, Updated September 26, 2016