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Date: Mon Jun 26 - CDT. Next message: edu: "Time of MD" you would intuitively think of as the sum of atomic radii. The VDW radii I found the values for van der waals radii of sodium ion and oxygen >> in the negeriku.info=/*negeriku.info> >. Remember that isoelectronic ions all have exactly the same electron arrangement. 2Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC), P.O. Box LG 80, Legon, Accra, Ghana E-mail: [email protected] Received Date: 27/09/; Accepted Date: 11/10/; Published Date: 17/10/ The radioisotopes 67Cu is a promising and radio metallic isotope for molecular targeted radio pharmaceuticals.
Because neon and argon don't form bonds, you can only measure their van der Waals radius - a case where the atom is pretty well "unsquashed".
All the other atoms are being measured where their atomic radius is being lessened by strong attractions. You aren't comparing like with like if you include the noble gases.
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Leaving the noble gases out, atoms get smaller as you go across a period. If you think about it, the metallic or covalent radius is going to be a measure of the distance from the nucleus to the electrons which make up the bond. Look back to the left-hand side of the first diagram on this page if you aren't sure, and picture the bonding electrons as being half way between the two nuclei. From lithium to fluorine, those electrons are all in the 2-level, being screened by the 1s2 electrons.
The increasing number of protons in the nucleus as you go across the period pulls the electrons in more tightly. The amount of screening is constant for all of these elements. In the period from sodium to chlorine, the same thing happens. The size of the atom is controlled by the 3-level bonding electrons being pulled closer to the nucleus by increasing numbers of protons - in each case, screened by the 1- and 2-level electrons.
Trends in the transition elements Although there is a slight contraction at the beginning of the series, the atoms are all much the same size. The size is determined by the 4s electrons. It can be seen from the figure that the X-ray density increases with the increase in Zn-content xwhere it is inversely proportional to the lattice constant, which decreases with increasing Zn content. In addition, the difference in atomic weight between Mn It is clear from Figure 5 that, as Zn content x increases the porosity increases this can be explained as follow.
In addition the decrease of density and the Figure 4.
Variation of theoretical density Dx as a function of Zn content x. As seen in Table 2 the positions of five bands are recorded, the five bands can be classified into two groups; two high-frequency bands and three low-frequency bands.
The data in Table 2 confirm these results. Such a break was associated with a change in the slope which is attributed to the change of magnetic order and lowering the generation of charge carrier  confirmed this discussion and suggested that the change in the slope can be either Figure 6. The second transition temperature Tc elec.
The activation energies for the conduction process were calculated from slopes of each line according to Equation 8. The activation energies Eferri. The change in Figure 7. The effect of Zn-content on the activation energies, the transition temperatures and the resistivity at room temperature. It is observed that Epara. At their maximum peak values for both excitation functions decrease exponentially to about 45 MeV where they remain fairly constant with an increase with proton energy.
These data could now be used for calculation of production yield using SRIM code for stopping power of 67Cu via a given reaction over a certain energy range.
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We give the thick target yield from Figures Calculated thick target yield for 68Zn p, 2p 67Cu reaction. Analysing the three graphs above, for proton induced reaction on 70Zn, the calculated integral yield of 67 C; at 17 MeV it amounts to 6. In case of protons on 68Zn, the calculated yield at 35 MeV is 2. In the same energy range, Hussain had previously calculated the integral yield of 67Cu as 2.
Hussain and Qaim had previously calculated from their own data the yield of 67Cu as The corresponding particle energies and evaluated reaction cross section values are mentioned. The production possibility in different energy regions via different nuclear reactions has been clarified. The major advantage of this route is the radiochemical purity of the product.
The other drawback is the cost of enriched 70Zn target that is rather high. The 68Zn p, 2p 67Cu reaction is more favourable if high energy proton beams would be available. But the proton irradiation of enriched 68Zn gives large amounts of 67Ga along with 67Cu. Both the 67Cu and 67Ga have almost identical gamma-ray spectrum so a very clean separation of 67Cu is necessary.