Determination of Li$xup 6$ in Aqueous Solution by Neutron Activation Analysis

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A method for determining the concentration of Li/sup 6/ in aqueous solution was tested using the nuclear reactions Li/sup 6/(n, alpha )H and O/sup 16/(H/sup 3/,n)F/sup 18/. Annihilation gamma radiation of induced 1.87-hr F/ sup 18/ radioactivity was counted with a welltype scintillation counter, and the radioactivity per millimole of lithium was found to be independent of lithium concentration below about 0.2 moles/liter. The sensitivity limit for detecting lithium is less than 0.1 micromole (0.0075 micromole Li/sup 6/). (auth)

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Winchester, J. W.; Bate, L. C. & Leddicotte, G. W. July 10, 1959.

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A method for determining the concentration of Li/sup 6/ in aqueous solution was tested using the nuclear reactions Li/sup 6/(n, alpha )H and O/sup 16/(H/sup 3/,n)F/sup 18/. Annihilation gamma radiation of induced 1.87-hr F/ sup 18/ radioactivity was counted with a welltype scintillation counter, and the radioactivity per millimole of lithium was found to be independent of lithium concentration below about 0.2 moles/liter. The sensitivity limit for detecting lithium is less than 0.1 micromole (0.0075 micromole Li/sup 6/). (auth)

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  • Report No.: CF-59-7-127
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  • DOI: 10.2172/4110906 | External Link
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  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc868333

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Winchester, J. W.; Bate, L. C. & Leddicotte, G. W. Determination of Li$xup 6$ in Aqueous Solution by Neutron Activation Analysis, report, July 10, 1959; Tennessee. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc868333/: accessed December 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.