By Ramesh Chandra
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The signs of the charge (positive or negative) do not affect the range. Density of the Medium (d) The range R of a charged particle strongly depends on the density of the medium through which it is traversing. The higher the density of the medium, the shorter the range of a charged particle; that is, R is inversely proportional to the density d of the medium or RÎ± (1/d). For this reason, the ranges of charged particles are always much longer in gases than in liquids or solids. Bremsstrahlung Production Besides losing energy through inelastic collisions, charged particles can lose energy through the â bremsstrahlungâ process.
Two examples of secular equilibrium are 113Sn-113mIn and 226Ra-222Rn generators. In secular equilibrium, the activities of the parent and daughter radionuclides become nearly equal, whereas in transient equilibrium, the daughter radioactivity is slightly higher than the parent radioactivity. This distinction between secular and transient equilibrium is of academic interest only, as it carries no practical significance. Because, in the case of a generator, a daughter radionuclide is chemically separated from the parent, the 41 42 daughter radionuclide is produced almost carrier free.
2 hours. 7. The biological half-life of 99mTc macro-aggregated albumin in the lungs is 6 hours. What is the effective half-life of this agent in the lungs? View Answer 7. 3 hours. 8. How many counts are needed to make the standard deviation equal to 1%? View Answer 8. 10,000. 9. A series of 100 1-minute measurements were made, giving an average count rate of 1600 counts per minute. Of these, how many are in the range of 1600 Â± 80? View Answer 9. 95. 10. A 99% confidence level of counts taken at the rate of 1,200 counts per minute for 3 minutes is _______counts.
Nuclear Medicine Physics: The Basics, 6th Edition by Ramesh Chandra