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[en] Highlights: • Amorphous ZnSnO3 double-shell hollow microcubes were synthesized. • D-ZnSnO3 deliver better electrochemical properties than Y-ZnSnO3. • The amorphous feature and double-shell hollow structure improves the performance. - Abstract: Amorphous ZnSnO3 double-shell and yolk-shell hollow microcubes were synthesized by calcination of their corresponding ZnSn(OH)6 precursors pre-prepared through a facile chemical solution method in argon. The as-prepared amorphous ZnSnO3 double-shell hollow microcubes have an average edge length of 1.6 μm. When used as the anode materials, amorphous ZnSnO3 double-shell hollow microcubes (D-ZnSnO3) reveal better electrochemical properties than ZnSnO3 yolk-shell counterparts (Y-ZnSnO3). D-ZnSnO3 anodes can retain a high reversible capacity of 741 mA h g−1 after 50 cycles with a coulombic efficiency of 99% at 100 mA g−1. The amorphous feature and unique box-in-box hollow architecture of D-ZnSnO3 play a key role in their excellent electrochemical properties.
[en] This article presents, 122Sb (T1/2 = 2.723 days, I β- 97.59%) was produced via the natSn(p,xn) nuclear process at the AMIRS (Cyclone-30, IBA, Belgium). The electrodeposition experiments were carried out by potassium stannate trihydrate (K2Sn(OH)6) and potassium hydroxide. The optimum conditions of the electrodeposition of tin were as follows: 40 g/L natSn, 20 g/L KOH, 115 g/L K2Sn(OH)6, DC current density of 5 A/dm2 with a bath temperature of 75 deg C. The electroplated Tin-target was irradiated with 26.5 MeV protons at current of 180 μA for 20 min. Solvent extraction of no-carrier-added 122Sb from irradiated Tin-natural target hydrochloric solution was investigated using di-n-butyl ether (C8H18O). Yields of about 3.61 MBq/μAh were experimentally obtained. (author)
[en] A new carrier for radionuclide technetium 99m has been prepared for scintiscanning purposes. The new preparate consists of physiologically acceptable water-insoluble Tcsup(99m)-carrier containing from 0.2 to 0.8 weight percent of stannic ion as reductor, bound to an anionic starch derivative with about 1-20% of phosphate substituents. (EG)