Iodine-129 in Thyroid Glands
The amounts of 129I present in mammalian thyroid glands have been determined by a combination of neutron activation and mass spectrometry. Contemporary thyroid glands contain i29I/127I 10~8 and commercial I2 contains 129I/12
M. S. Boulos et al., "Iodine-129 in Thyroid Glands," Health Physics, vol. 24, pp. 375-378, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Apr 1973.
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Keywords and Phrases
Iodine; Animal; Article; Cattle; Chemical Analysis; Human; Mass Spectrometry; Sheep; Technique; Thyroid Gland; Activation Analysis; Animal; Cattle; Human; Iodine Isotopes; Methods; Sheep; Spectrum Analysis; Mass; Thyroid Gland
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