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Patents - NUCLEAR

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February 2005
NUCLEAR
WO 2004/109716 A3 (02/24/05) NRG
"Bakker, K."
METHOD FOR PRODUCING A GAMMA RADIATION SOURCE
A2 published (12/16/04)
WO 2004/109716 A2 (12/16/04) NRG
"Bakker, K."
METHOD FOR PRODUCING A GAMMA RADIATION SOURCE
"A punctiform gamma radiation source with a high intensity is produced from a suitable metal powder, such as iridium or cobalt, which may optionally be enriched. The powder is melted to form small spheres with the aid of an arc, which are flattened to form small disks, which, after they have been irradiated, are remelted, in this case using an arc, to form a small spheres."

 

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