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Investigation of the calcium content in joint cartilage: Is it connected with (early arthrotic) changes in cartilage structure?

Reinert, T.; Butz, T.; Flagmeyer, R.-H.; Jankuhn, S.; Vogt, J.; Gründer, W.; Kanowski, M.; Wagner, M.; Werner, A.; Grambole, D.; Herrmann, F.
This paper describes investigations using the Particle Induced X-ray Emission method (PIXE) to evaluate the con-
centration of Ca together with that of other elements (S, Cl, and K) across the articular cartilage of domestic pigs in
order to verify a putative influence of calcium on the structural changes in early arthrotic stage, derived from NMR
microscopic imaging. The measurements were carried out with focused ion beams of a lateral resolution down to
20 lm. The main matrix components (C, N, O) were evaluated from proton backscattering spectra.
  • Nucl. Instr. Meth. B136-138 (1998) 936
  • Lecture (Conference)
    13th Int. Conf. on Ion Beam Analysis (IBA-13), Lisboa, Portugal, July 27 - Aug. 1, 1997

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Strong blue and violet light emission from silicon- and germanium-implanted silicon-dioxide films

Rebohle, L.; Tyschenko, I. E.; von Borany, J.; Schmidt, B.; Grötzschel, R.; Markwitz, A.; Yankov, R. A.; Fröb, H.; Skorupa, W.
  • Contribution to external collection
    Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 486 (1998) 175

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Strong blue and violet photo- and electroluminescence from Ge- and Si-implanted silicon dioxide

Rebohle, L.; von Borany, J.; Grötzschel, R.; Markwitz, A.; Schmidt, B.; Tyschenko, I. E.; Skorupa, W.; Fröb, H.; Leo, K.
The photoluminescence (PL) and electroluminescence (EL) properties of Ge-implanted SiO2 films thermally-grown on a Si substrate have been investigated and compared to those of Si-implanted SiO2 films. It is found that the blue-violet PL from both Si and Ge-rich layers reaches a maximum after annealing at 500°C for 30 min. The PL and EL from Ge-implanted SiO2 are distinctly higher than that from Si-implanted layers and well visible for the naked eye. The EL spectrum from the Ge-implanted oxide annealed at 1000 °C correlates very well with the PL one and shows a linear dependence on the injected current. The neutral oxygen vacancy is assumed to be responsible for the observed luminescence. In the case of Ge the microstructure after high temperature annealing is studied.
  • Phys. Stat. Sol. (a) 165 (1998) 31

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Studies of buried (SiC)1-x(AIN)x layers formed by co-implantation of N+ and Al+ ions into 6H-SiC

Pezoldt, J.; Yankov, R. A.; Voelskow, M.; Brauer, G.; Anwand, W.; Heera, V.; Skorupa, W.; Coleman, P.
  • Contribution to external collection
    Proc. 7th Int. Conf. Defect Recognition and Image Processing of Semicond. (DRIP VII) Inst. Phys. Conf. Ser. No. 160 (1998) IOP Publ. Ltd. Bristol, 1998, 335

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Raman scattering analysis of defects in 6H-SiC induced by ion implantation

Perez-Rodriguez, A.; Gonzalez-Varona, O.; Calvo-Barrio, L.; Morante, J. R.; Wirth, H.; Panknin, D.; Skorupa, W.
  • Contribution to external collection
    Mat. Sci. Forum 258 - 263 (1998) 727

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Hydrogen incorporation into Cu-III-VI 2 chalcopyrite semiconductors

Otte, K.; Lippold, G.; Grambole, D.; Herrmann, F.; Schlemm, H.; Schindler, A.; Bigl, F.
We implanted H3+ at 300 eV into Cu-chalcopyrite semiconductors at temperatures between 50 °C and 300 °C. The surface chemistry is similar to the previously reported behavior of CuInS2 implanted with a H2+, H+ low energy ion beam with respect to secondary phase etching. We also found an increase of radiative recombination (photoluminescence), which had been attributed to defect passivation and, hence, as an indicator of hydrogen incorporation. Under the 300 eV H3+ implantation conditions, however, we observed neither a hydrogen concentration in a few hundred nm surface range exceeding the NRA detection limit of about l x exp(19) cm-3 nor a pronounced stoichiometry variation in the ternary material, as proved by Raman measurements.
We conclude, therefore, that a 300 eV H3+ implantation introduces significantly less atomic hydrogen into the volume of the sample than previously reported for other beam compositions under similar temperature and current density conditions. This could be a result of the very low energy of less than 100 eV which can be expected for atomic H produced by dissociation of 300 eV H3+ at the surface, making the instant out-diffusion into the high vacuum of the implantation chamber a favored process.
  • Poster
    MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, USA, April 13 - 17, 1998
  • Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 513(1998), 275

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Fluorine enrichement on the surface of antarctic C30 and H chondrites by nuclear reaction analysis (NRA) and the sources of this terrestrial fluorine

Noll, K.; Döbeli, M.; Grambole, D.; Herrmann, F.; Krähenbühl, U.
  • Meteoritics and Planetary Science 33 (1998) Supplement, A 118

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Structure and magnetic properties in the low temperature annealing range of FeZrBCu-base alloys

Müller, M.; Herzer, G.; Mattern, N.; Grahl, H.; Schnell, B.; Reibold, M.; Reuther, H.
  • Contribution to external collection
    J. Phys. IV 8 (1998) Pr 2 - 187

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Publ.-Id: 2173


Specific heat of single-, poly- and nanocrystalline diamond

Moelle, C.; Werner, M.; Szüczs, F.; Wittorf, D.; Sellschop, M.; von Borany, J.; Fecht, H.-J.; Johnston, C.
  • Diamond and Rel. Mat. 7 (1998) 499

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Measuring sputtering yields of high energy heavy ions on metals

Mieskes, H. D.; Assmann, W.; Brodale, M.; Dobler, M.; Glückler, H.; Hartung, P.; Stenzel, P.
For measuring sputtering yields with MeV heavy ions only low current densities can be used in order to avoid excessive target heating. Consequently self-cleaning of the target surface during the irradiation cannot be achieved and a contamination free surface has to be maintained by means of UHV conditions. A UHV-setup including a differential pumping system has been designed and operated at a vacuum of 10-10 mbar during experiments. Sputtered particles were collected on Si catchers and subsequently measured by two different surface analysis methods: Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence (TXRF), and Heavy Ion Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry (HI-RBS). In-situ surface cleaning by 8 keV Xe ions as well as online monitoring by ERDA were found to be essential. With sufficient precautions on the surface conditions reproducible sputtering yields were obtained. First measurements for 230 MeV Au ions on Au, Zr, and Ti targets are presented.
  • Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 146 (1998) 162

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X-ray high resolution diffraction and reflectivity studies of the mechanical treatment related defects in NdGaO3 single crystals

Mazur, K.; Sass, J.; Eichhorn, F.
  • J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 10 (1998) 6065

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Growth, patterning and microelectronic applications of epitaxial cobaltdisilicide

Mantl, S.; Kappius, L.; Antons, A.; Löken, M.; Klinkhammer, F.; Dolle, M.; Zhao, Q. T.; Mesters, S.; Buchal, C.; Bay, H. L.; Trinkaus, H.; Heinig, K.-H.
  • Contribution to external collection
    MRS Symp. Proc. 514 (1998) 145

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Publ.-Id: 2169


Investigation of d.c.-reactive magnetron-sputtered AIN thin films by electron microprobe analysis, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and polarized infra-red reflection

Manova, D.; Dimitrova, V.; Fukarek, W.; Karpuzov, D.
  • Surf. Coat. Technol. 106 (1998) 205

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Proton conducting Ba3Ca1.18Nb1.82O8.73/H2O: Sol-gel preparation and pressure/composition isotherms

Groß, B.; Marion, S.; Hempelmann, R.; Grambole, D.; Herrmann, F.
Thin films of Ba3Ca1.18Nb1.82O8.73, prepared in a sol-gel process by multiple dip-coating on silicon wafers were charged with hydrogen by dissociative water
absorption at definite values of water vapour pressures and temperatures. The hydrogen content was determined using nuclear resonance reaction analysis. From the resulting water vapour pressure/hydrogen composition isotherms the absorption enthalpies and the absorption entropy were calculated in the framework of a two site
model, based on Fermi-Dirac statistics. On Ba3Ca1.18Nb1.82O8.73 also impedance spectroscopy was performed yielding the bulk conductivity. From these data
in combination with proton transport numbers and the thermodynamic results as noted above the proton diffusion coefficient could be evaluated.

Keywords: solid proton conductors, water in oxide ceramics, thermodynamics, impedance spectroscopy
  • Solid State Ionics 109 (1998) 13

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Theoretical description of high-temperature implantation of 6H-SiC with N+-and Al+-ions

Kulikov, D. V.; Trushin, Y. V.; Yankov, R. A.; Pezoldt, J.; Skorupa, W.
  • Techn. Phys. Lett. 24 (1998) 17

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Depth analysis of Fe-silicide formation after Fe-implantation into Si by DCEMS

Kruijer, S.; Dobler, M.; Reuther, H.; Keune, W.
  • Hyperfine Interactions (C) 3 (1998) 149
  • Lecture (Conference)
    Int. Conf. Appl. Mössbauer Effect, Rio de Janeiro, Sept. 14 - 20, 1997

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Publ.-Id: 2164


Depth analysis of phase formation in alpha-Fe after high-dose Al ion implantation

Kruijer, S.; Nikolov, O.; Keune, W.; Reuther, H.; Weber, S.; Scherrer, S.
  • J. Appl. Phys. 84 (1998) 6570

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In situ ERDA studies of ion drift processes during anodic bonding of alkali-borosilicate glass to metal

Kreißig, U.; Grigull, S.; Lange, K.; Nitzsche, P.; Schmidt, B.
  • Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 136 - 138 (1998) 674

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Exposure of Allan Hills 84001 and other achondrites on the Antarctic ice

Krähenbühl, U.; Noll, K.; Döbeli, M.; Grambole, D.; Herrmann, F.; Tobler, L.
The enrichment of F on Antarctic meteorites is the result of their exposure to the atmosphere, and its measurement allows a subdivision of the terrestrial age into a
duration of exposure on the ice and the time a meteorite was enclosed by the ice. In many cases, the periods of surface exposure are only small fractions of the
terrestrial ages of meteorites collected in Antarctica. The enrichment of F on the surfaces of Antarctic achondrites was investigated by means of nuclear reaction
analysis (NRA): scanning proton beams with an energy of 2.7 and 3.4 MeV were used to induce the reactions F-19(p,alpha gamma)160 and
F-19(p,p'gamma)F-19, respectively. Gamma signals proportional to the F content were measured. The following Antarctic achondrites were investigated: Martian
meteorite ALH 84001; diogenite ALHA77256; the eucrites ALHA81011 and ALHA78132; and in addition, the H5 chondrite ALHA79025. For ALH 84001, our
data indicate a period of exposure on the ice of <500 years. Thus, this specimen was enclosed in the ice >95% of its terrestrial age of 13 000 years.
  • Meteoritics and Planetary Science 33 (1998) 665

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Interactions of medicinal and biological relevant anions with functionalized dendrimers

Stephan, H.; Spies, H.; Johannsen, B.; Gestermann, S.; Gorka, M.; Hesse, R.; Kauffman, C.; Klein, L.; Vögtle, F.
Due to their unique topology and unusual guest-binding behaviour, dendrimers are promising reagents for use in diagnostic imaging and therapy. We are especially interested in efficient binding and transport of medicinal and biological relevant anions as pertechnetate and the nucleotides AMP, ADP and ATP. Poly(propylenamine)-Dendrimers (POPAM) of different generations have been functionalized at the periphery with the goal to obtain a hydrophobic shell. The dendrimers synthesized (cf. Fig.) were characterized by solvent extraction experiments at the system pertechnetate,(nucleotide)-buffer-H2O/dendrimer-CHCl3. A dendritic effect is clearly visible of all dendrimers investigated. The influence of pH and temperature on the extraction of pertechnetate and nucleotides with dendrimers is reported.
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    1st International Dendrimer Symposium, Frankfurt/Main, 3. -5. 10. 1999
  • Contribution to proceedings
    1st International Dendrimer Symposium, Frankfurt/Main, 3.-5. 10. 1999

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Lipophilic urea-functionalized dendrimers as efficient carriers for oxyanions

Stephan, H.; Spies, H.; Johannsen, B.; Klein, L.; Vögtle, F.
Urea-functionalized dendrimers are prepared, which show very efficient phase transfer in particular of the diagnostically relevant anions pertechnetate, perrhenate and ATP. The extractability rates are evaluated quantitavely by tracer methods. Their pH dependancy allows to steer the release of guest molecules from the dendrimer host.
  • Chem. Commun., 1999, 1875-1876

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Electrical and optical properties of boronated tetrahedrally bonded amorphous carbon (ta-C:B)

Kleinsorge, B.; Ilie, A.; Chowalla, M.; Fukarek, W.; Milne, W. I.; Robertson, J.
  • Diamond and Related Mat. 7 (1998) 472

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Effect of ion dose and annealing mode on the photoluminescence from SiO2-layers implanted with Si-ions

Kachurin, G. A.; Leier, A. F.; Zhuravlev, K. S.; Tyschenko, I. E.; Gutakovsky, A. K.; Volodin, V. A.; Yankov, R. A.; Skorupa, W.
  • Phys. Techn. Semiconductors (in Russian) 32 (1998) 1371
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    11th Int. Conf. on Ion Beam Modification of Materials, Amsterdam,The Netherlands, Aug. 31 - Sept. 4, 1998

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Freie Elektronen Laser an der Strahlungsquelle ELBE: Theoretische Vorhersagen und eindimensionale Modellrechnungen

Wünsch, R.
Für die im Forschungszentrum Rossendorf im Bau befindliche Strahlungsquelle ELBE werden die Möglichkeiten zur Erzeugung kohärenter Strahlung mit Hilfe eines Freie Elektronen Lasers im Bereich des mittleren und fernen Infrarot vorgestellt. Mit Hilfe einfacher Modelle werden die Vorgänge bei der Erzeugung und Verstärkung kohärenter Strahlung erläutert und ihre Eigenschaften in Abhängigkeit von den Parametern des Elektronenstrahls und des verwendeten Undulators berechnet. Insgesamt werden 4 mögliche Varianten eines Undulators diskutiert. Anwendbarkeit und Genauigkeit der verwendeten Näherungsformeln werden mit Hilfe eindimensionaler Simulationsrechnungen getestet.
  • Open Access Logo Wissenschaftlich-Technische Berichte / Forschungszentrum Rossendorf; FZR-276 September 1999

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Medium Effects in K+ and K- Poduction in Nuclear Collisions at Subthreshold Beam Energies

Dohrmann, F.
We have conducted systematic experimental studies of K+ and K- production and propagation in nucleus-nucleus collisions at beam energies close to and below the production threshold for free nucleon-nucleon (NN) collisions. In noncentral Au+Au collision, the K+ mesons are preferentially emitted perpendicular to the reaction plane and the excitation functions for K+ and K- mesons nearly coincide when correcting for the threshold energy. In contrast, for NN collisions the K+ yield exceeds the K- yield by two orders of magnitude near the respective NN threshold. Both effects are considered to be experimental signatures of a modification of kaon properties in the nuclear medium.
Keywords: In-medium modifications of K mesons, Particle and Resonance Production, Meson Production
  • Contribution to external collection
    Nucl.Phys. A 663 (2000) 521-524

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Nucleation and growth of platelet bubble structures in helium implanted silicon

Fichtner, P.; Kaschny, J. R.; Kling, A.; Trinkaus, H.; Yankov, R. A.; Mücklich, A.; Skorupa, W.; Zawislak, F. C.; Amaral, L.; Da Silva, M. F.; Soares, J. C.
  • Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 136 - 138 (1998) 460

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Depth distribution of point defects in Si bombarded by high-energy N5+ and Si5+ ions

Dvurechenskii, A. V.; Karanovich, A. A.; Grötzschel, R.; Herrmann, F.; Kögler, R.; Rybin, A. V.
  • Phys. Solid State 40 (1998) 195

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Post-implantation annealing of SiC studied by slow positron spectroscopies

Brauer, G.; Anwand, W.; Coleman, P.; Störmer, J.; Plazaola, F.; Campillo, J. M.; Pacaud, Y.; Skorupa, W.
  • J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 10 (1998) 1147

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Influence of surface roughness on measuring depth profiles and the total amount of implanted ions by RBS and ERDA

Behrisch, R.; Grigull, S.; Kreißig, U.; Grötzschel, R.
  • Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 136-138 (1998) 628

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In situ characterization of cubic boron nitride film growth in the IR spectral region

Barth, K. L.; Fukarek, W.; Maucher, H. P.; Plass, M. F.; Lunk, A.
  • Thin Solid Films 313-314 (1998) 697

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Swift heavy ion induced formation of aplha-FeSi2

Assmann, W.; Dobler, M.; Avasthi, D. K.; Kruijer, S.; Mieskes, H. D.; Nolte, H.
  • Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 146 (1998) 271

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Slow positron implantation spectroscopy of high current ion nitrided austenitic stainless steel

Anwand, W.; Parascandola, S.; Richter, E.; Brauer, G.; Coleman, P. G.; Möller, W.
Surface modification of austenitic stainless steel by high current ion nitriding at 400°C has been studied by Slow Positron Implantation Spectroscopy (SPIS). In addition, Nuclear Reaction Analysis (NRA) has been applied to obtain information about the nitrogen depth profile. The results obtained from both methods are compared and discussed with respect to the nature of defects produced by high current ion nitriding and their influence on the formation of a surface layer, called expanded austenite.
  • Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 136-138 (1998) 768-772

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Institute of Safety Research; Annual Report 1998

Weiß, F.-P.; Rindelhardt, U.; (Editors)
The report gives an overview on the scientific work of the Institute of Safety Research in 1998.
  • Open Access Logo Wissenschaftlich-Technische Berichte / Forschungszentrum Rossendorf; FZR-268 Juli 1999

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Isolation and Characterization of Aquatic Humic Substances from the Bog 'Kleiner Kranichsee'

Schmeide, K.; Zänker, H.; Heise, K.-H.; Nitsche, H.
Surface water has been studied from the mountain bog 'Kleiner Kranichsee'. This bog is situated in the Johanngeorgenstadt area (Saxony/Germany) close to an abandoned uranium mine and mine tailing piles. The bog water contains about 130 mg/L of organics (primarily humic and fulvic acid).
First, bog water colloids were determined for their particle size and size distribution using photon correlation spectroscopy (PCS) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) in combination with size fractionation by filtration. Second, about 400 L of the bog water were processed in order to isolate aquatic humic substances. SupeliteTM DAX-8 (Supelco) was used as adsorption resin. The humic material was separated into humic and fulvic acids. A total of 14 g of humic acid and 10 g of fulvic acid were isolated. The humic substances were characterized in terms of their elemental composition, functional properties including proton exchange capacity, charge/size ratios and spectroscopic characteristics. The results were compared with data of a commercial humic acid from Aldrich.
  • Contribution to external collection
    FZKA 6124, Wissenschaftliche Berichte Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, (G. Buckau, ed.). Karlsruhe 1998, p. 161.

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Investigation of the Migration Behavior of Uranium in an Aquifer System Rich in Humic Substances: Laboratory Column Experiments

Pompe, S.; Artinger, R.; Schmeide, K.; Heise, K.-H.; Kim, J. I.; Bernhard, G.
The migration behavior of uranium in a sandy aquifer system rich in humic substances was studied in laboratory column experiments. For the investigations we used a Pleistocene aeolian quartz sand and groundwater GoHy-532 from the Gorleben site (Germany). The column experiments were performed in a glove box under anaerobic conditions (Ar + 1 % CO2). 232U(VI) was used as a tracer. The migration behavior of uranium was investigated as a function of the uranium/groundwater equilibration time before injection into the column, the groundwater flow velocity and the column length.
From the breakthrough curves one can conclude that a part of the injected uranium migrates slightly faster than groundwater. The observed migration behavior is attributed to the association of a part of uranium with humic colloids, which move faster due to size exclusion processes. Depending on the experimental conditions the recovery of humic colloid-bound transported uranium amounts to 0.4 up to 7.6 %. The recovery of non-retarded colloid-borne uranium increases with increasing uranium/groundwater equilibration time before injection into the column. Beyond it, the recovery of humic colloid-borne uranium decreases with decreasing groundwater flow velocity and increasing column length, which corresponds to an increasing residence time in the column.
The results refer to the fact that the migration behavior of uranium is strongly influenced by kinetically controlled interaction processes of uranium with humic colloids.
  • Contribution to external collection
    FZKA 6324, Wissenschaftliche Berichte Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, (G. Buckau, ed.). Karlsruhe 1999, p. 219.
  • Lecture (Conference)
    Fourth Project Meeting of the EU project: Effects of Humic Substances on the Migration of Radionuclides: Complexation and Actinides, Leuven, Belgium, 19.-20.11.1998

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Säulenexperimente zur Untersuchung des Einflusses von Huminstoffen auf das Migrationsverhalten von Uran(VI) in einem sandigen Sediment

Pompe, S.; Artinger, R.; Schmeide, K.; Heise, K.-H.; Nitsche, H.; Kim, J. I.
Die Untersuchung des Ausbreitungsverhaltens von Actinidionen in wäßrigen Systemen ist unabdingbar zur Erstellung von Risikoabschätzungen zur Langzeitsicherheit von ober- und untertägigen Einrichtungen des ehemaligen Uranerzbergbaus sowie von Endlagern für radioaktiven Abfall. Das Migrationsverhalten von Actinidionen in einem natürlichen Aquifer wird stark von den vorherrschenden Bedingungen beeinflußt. Dabei können Huminstoffe als ubiquitäre, organische Komplexbildner einen entscheidenden Einfluß auf die Immobilisierung bzw. Mobilisierung der Actinidionen ausüben.
Die vorliegende Arbeit zeigt Ergebnisse von Säulenexperimenten zur Untersuchung des Einflusses aquatischer Huminstoffe auf das Migrationsverhalten von Uran(VI) in einem sandigen Grundwasserleiter. Für die Untersuchungen wurden ein Grundwasser (GoHy-532, DOC: 30 mg C/l) sowie pleistozäner Flugsand aus dem Gebiet Gorleben verwendet. Der in Säulen (Länge 25 cm und 50 cm; Durchmesser 5 cm) eingebaute Sand wurde unter Inertgasbedingungen (Ar + 1 % CO2) mit dem Grundwasser konditioniert. Zur Bestimmung der hydraulischen Parameter der Säulen wurde tritiertes Wasser als Tracer verwendet. Die Migrationsuntersuchungen erfolgten in Abhängigkeit von der Kontaktzeit des Grundwassers mit Uran(VI) (232UO2Cl2) bis zur Injektion auf die Säule, der Grundwasserfließgeschwindigkeit sowie der Säulenlänge.
Die Uran-Durchbruchskurven der Säulenexperimente zeigen, daß ein Teil des Urans ungehindert, an Huminstoffe gebunden und dabei bis zu 5 % schneller als das Wasser durch das Sediment transportiert wird. Der Wiedererhalt an Uran liegt für die durchgeführten Experimente im Bereich zwischen 2 % und 9 %.
Der ungehinderte, huminstoffgetragene Urantransport ist von der Kontaktzeit des Grundwassers mit Uran(VI) abhängig und steigt mit Erhöhung der Konditionierungszeit. Darüber hinaus nimmt der Wiedererhalt mit abnehmender Grundwasserfließgeschwindigkeit sowie zunehmender Säulenlänge, d.h. mit Erhöhung der Kontaktzeit mit dem Sediment, ab. Dieses Ergebnis deutet auf eine kinetisch kontrollierte Wechselwirkung des huminstoffgebundenen Urans mit der Sandoberfläche hin.
  • Poster
    Vortragstagung der GDCh, FG Nuklearchemie, Dresden, 07.-09.09.1998

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Complexation of Aquatic Humic Substances from the Bog "Kleiner Kranichsee" with Uranium(VI)

Schmeide, K.; Zänker, H.; Hüttig, G.; Heise, K.-H.; Bernhard, G.
As a contribution to Task 1 (Sampling and Characterization), we have characterized Derwent Reservoir fulvic acid by means of FTIR spectroscopy and capillary zone electrophoresis and compared to Kranichsee humic and fulvic acid and Aldrich humic acid.
Our contribution to Task 2 (Complexation) consists of two parts. First, we studied the complexation of Kranichsee humic acid (HA) and fulvic acid (FA) with uranyl(VI) ions by laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy at pH 4 and an ionic strength of 0.1 M (NaClO4). The loading capacities were determined to be 14 ± 1 % and 13 ± 1 % for humic acid and fulvic acid, respectively. The complexation constants for Kranichsee humic acid and fulvic acid were found to be log ß = 6.35 ± 0.22 and log ß = 6.21 ± 0.20, respectively. These results were compared to the uranyl complexation behavior of other natural humic acids such as Aldrich HA and GoHy-573 HA. Second, we investigated original bog water of the mountain bog 'Kleiner Kranichsee' by ultrafiltration to determine the hydrodynamic particle size distribution, i.e., the 'apparent molecular weight' distribution of the organic substances in the bog water. Furthermore, the influence of uranyl complexation on this particle size distribution of humic colloids was investigated. No significant influence of the uranyl ions on the molecular weight distribution of the humic substances was found.
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    FZKA 6324, Wissenschaftliche Berichte Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, (G. Buckau, ed.). Karlsruhe 1999, p. 177.

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Effect of Humic Acid on the Uranium(VI) Sorption onto Phyllite and its Mineralogical Constituents

Schmeide, K.; Jander, R.; Heise, K.-H.; Bernhard, G.
The effect of humic acid (HA) on the uranium(VI) sorption onto phyllite and onto its individual main mineralogical constituents, muscovite, albite, and quartz was studied in air-equilibrated batch experiments in the pH range of 3.5 to 9.5. The uranyl(VI) and HA concentration was 1×10-6 M and 5 mg/L, respectively. The ionic strength was held constant at 0.1 M (NaClO4 solution). A size fraction of 63 to 200 µm of the solids was used, the mass loading was 12.5 g/L, and the experimental volume was 40 mL.
The rock material phyllite shows both the highest HA sorption over the entire pH range and the highest uranyl sorption in the neutral pH range compared to the pure mineral phases muscovite, albite and quartz. In contrast to the minerals the maximum of the uranium sorption on phyllite is not shifted to lower pH values but remains largely unchanged in the pH range from 6 to 7.8 when HA is present at 5 mg/L. This is attributed to ferrihydrite a secondary mineral phase formed during the sorption experiments.
The humic acid and uranyl sorption on the mineral surfaces of the constituents of phyllite decreased in the sequence: muscovite > albite > quartz. Below pH 5, the uranium uptake is generally increased in the presence of HA. This is attributed to the fact that the HA is sorbed on the mineral surface thereby providing additional sorption sites due to their complexing ability and/or due to adsorption of uranyl humate complexes on the mineral surface. In the neutral pH range, the HA sorption decreases with increasing pH. The dissolved HA forms aqueous uranyl humate complexes thereby decreasing the uranyl uptake on the solids. At alkaline pH values, the HA has little or no effect on the amount of uranium sorbed by muscovite, albite and quartz. Inorganic carbonates with its high complexing ability towards uranyl ions predominate the influence of HA under the given experimental conditions. We conclude that the uranium sorption is determined by the kind of rock material or mineral and is strongly affected by both the pH and the presence of organic material.
In addition, the uranium adsorption on phyllite was studied as a function of the HA concentration (5 and 60 mg HA/L). Below pH 5.7, the uranium sorption is enhanced in the presence of 60 mg HA/L compared to experiments carried out with 5 mg HA/L. From pH 5.4 to 9.4, the uranium uptake, on a percentage basis, decreased as the humic acid concentration increased. Thus, a strong relationship between the initial humic acid concentration in solution and the amount of uranium adsorbed at a given pH was found.
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    FZKA 6324, Wissenschaftliche Berichte Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, (G. Buckau, ed.). Karlsruhe 1999, p. 199.

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Einfluß von Sulfat auf die Uranyl(VI)-Humat-Komplexierung

Schmeide, K.; Geipel, G.; Heise, K.-H.; Nitsche, H.
Die Bewertung des Einflusses von Huminstoffen auf die Mobilität von Radionukliden in natürlichen Aquifersystemen ist von großem Interesse und ermöglicht beispielsweise eine Einschätzung zur Langzeitsicherheit stillgelegter Uranbergwerke bzw. Endlagerstätten für radioaktive Stoffe. Infolge der Komplexierung von Radionukliden durch Huminstoffe kann deren Löslichkeit erhöht und somit ihre Mobilität in der Geosphäre erhöht werden. Zur Quantifizierung der Wechselwirkung zwischen Huminstoffen und Radionukliden kann die Komplexbildungskonstante genutzt werden.
Aquatische Huminstoffe wurden aus dem Oberflächenwasser des Hochmoores 'Kleiner Kranichsee' isoliert, welches im ehemaligen Uranbergbaugebiet bei Johanngeorgenstadt (Sachsen, D) liegt. Die Huminstoffe wurden in Humin- und Fulvinsäurefraktionen getrennt und hinsichtlich ihrer Elementarzusammensetzung, funktionellen Eigenschaften einschließlich der Protonenaustauschkapazität, Ladungs-Größenverhältnisse und spektroskopischer Eigenschaften charakterisiert.
Die Komplexierung von Uranyl(VI) durch Huminsäure (HS) und Fulvinsäure (FS) wurde bei pH 4 und einer Ionenstärke von 0.1 M mittels zeitaufgelöster Laserfluoreszenzspektroskopie (TRLFS) untersucht. Mit Hilfe des Ladungsneutralisationsmodells wurden Komplexbildungskonstanten (log ß) und Beladungskapazitäten (LC) der Huminstoffe mit UO22+ bestimmt. Folgende Ergebnisse wurden erhalten:
HS: log ß = 6.35±0.22, LC = 14%; FS: log ß = 6.21±0.20, LC = 13%.
Weiterhin wurde der Einfluß von SO42- als anorganischer, konkurrierender Ligand auf die Uranyl-Huminstoff-Komplexierung untersucht, da Sickerwässer sächsischer Uranbergbauhalden neben anderen Ionen relativ hohe Konzentrationen an Uran (10-5 M) und Sulfat (3x10-2 M) enthalten. Dabei wurde festgestellt, daß das Sulfat-Ion auf die Komplexierung zwischen Uranyl und Huminstoff keinen Einfluß hat, da die Uranyl-Huminstoff-Komplexbildungskonstanten trotz steigender Sulfat-Konzentrationen (0, 10-3, 10-2 M) innerhalb des experimentellen Fehlers unverändert bleiben. Dagegen sinkt die Beladungskapazität der Huminstoffe gegenüber Uranyl-Ionen mit steigender Sulfat-Konzentration. D.h., das Sulfat-Ion muß einen Einfluß auf die komplexierenden Gruppen der Huminstoffe ausüben.
  • Poster
    Vortragstagung der GDCh, FG Nuklearchemie, Dresden, 7.-9.9.1998

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BRICK - Ein 1-D Simulationstool für Mehrphasenströmungen in Behältern

Lucas, D.
Die Auslegung von Apparaten der chemischen Verfahrenstechnik erfolgt in der Praxis oft noch auf der Grundlage experimenteller Untersuchungen oder mit groben Abschätzungen. Mit der Verbesserung der Rechentechnik nimmt jedoch die Bedeutung der numerischen Simulation der gekoppelten strömungsmechanischen, thermodynamischen und chemischen Prozesse in diesen Apparaten zu. Ziel der vorliegenden Modellentwicklung war es, einen weitgehend allgemeingültigen Programmkern, der die Transportgleichungen löst, zur Verfügung zu stellen. Spezielle Modelle für einzelne Phänomene oder Apparate sollen leicht über Interfaces ankoppelbar sein. Das ermöglicht insbesondere Untersuchungen zum Einfluß spezieller Phänomene und Modelle auf das Simulationsergebnis. Dreidimensionale Rechnungen erfordern i.a. einen sehr hohen Aufwand und sind meist nur für spezielle Probleme praktisch anwendbar. Bei dem vorgestellten Simulationstool für Mehrphasenströmungen in einem Behälter erfolgte daher eine Beschränkung auf die axiale Behälterkoordinate. Ausgangspunkt war die Simulation von Druckentlastungsvorgängen. Das Behältermodell muß das Aufwallen des Behälterinhalts wiedergeben und Aussagen zur Zusammensetzung des in die Abblaseleitung eintretenden Fluids liefern. Diese hängt von der Phasenseparation einschließlich des Schaumverhaltens des Fluids ab. Schäume treten in einer Vielzahl technischer Apparate wie Rührreaktoren, Blasensäulen, Trennkolonnen, Elektrolysezellen oder Bioreaktoren auf. Die Beschreibung von Schaumentstehung und Schaumzerfall am Gemischspiegel war ein spezielles Ziel der Modellentwicklung. Durch die Anwendung einer speziellen Partikelmethode für die Modellierung der Transportvorgänge wird zum einen die numerische Diffusion vollständig unterdrückt, zum anderen das Transportproblem weitgehend von den anderen Prozessen entkoppelt. Das Fehlen der numerischen Diffusion bringt Vorteile bei der Beschreibung von Diskontinuitäten, wie dem Übergang zwischen dem Mehrphasengemisch und dem Gasraum und damit bei der Modellierung der Schaumzone. Um das Modell einfach zu halten, wurden statt der Impulserhaltung nur ein zeitabhängiger Behälterdruck (ggf. mit Beachtung des geostatischen Drucks) und die Relativbewegungen der Phasen auf der Grundlage empirischer oder halbempirischer Ansätze (Driftbeziehungen) berücksichtigt.

Keywords: Mehrphasenströmung, Partikelmethode, Chemiereaktor, Modellierung, Druckentlastung, Schaum
  • Chemie Ingenieur Technik 71 (1999) 713-717

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Institute of Radiochemistry, Report January 1998 - June 1999

Bernhard, G.
  • Open Access Logo Wissenschaftlich-Technische Berichte / Forschungszentrum Rossendorf; FZR-272 September 1999

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Electrical and microstructural properties of highly boron-implantation doped 6H-SiC

Panknin, D.; Wirth, H.; Mücklich, A.; Skorupa, W.
Boron was implanted into 6H-SiC layers to form a 500 nm thick layer with plateau concentrations up to 1.5E21 cm-3. The electrical and microstructural effects were investigated using temperature dependent Hall measurements, XTEM and SIMS. After annealing at temperatures between 1550 and 1750 C for B concentrations above the solubility extraordinary B diffusion and Ostwald ripening is observed forming boron clusters. For B concentrations near the solubility the outdiffusion is reduced. These effects are confirmed by Hall Effect measurements showing a stagnation of hole concentration with increasing B concentration above 1.5E19 cm-3. The electrical activation is limited due to the solubility of boron in 6H-SiC at about 1600 C. Higher B concentrations as well as higher annealing temperatures, including short time annealing at about 2000 C, do not lead to higher activation.
Keywords: SiC, boron, ion implantation, annealing, diffusion, electrical efficiency
  • Journal of Applied Physics Vo. 89, No. 6, 15. March 2001, p. 3162-3167

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Control of Flow Separation from a Hydrofoil Using Lorentz Forces

Weier, T.; Fey, U.; Gerbeth, G.; Mutschke, G.; Gad-El-Hak, M.
Electromagnetic body (Lorentz) forces originating from a system of permanent magnets and electrodes are used to control the flow of a weakly electrically conducting NaCl solution around a NACA-0017-like hydrofoil. The orientation of the Lorentz force is always parallel to the surface. The effect of a suction-side, streamwise Lorentz force is quantified by means of force balance measurements for chord-length Reynolds numbers of 3 to 8x 10^4. Depending on the angle of attack, two different effects are observed. (1) At small angles of incidence, a moderate increase in lift due to additional circulation is observed. Simultaneously, a decrease in the drag of the hydrofoil is caused by the added momentum. (2) At higher angles of attack, where the unforced hydrofoil would normally stall, a more pronounced lift increase - by 90% at Re=3 10^4 - and a corresponding drag reduction are observed due to separation prevention. The physical tendencies found in the experiments are confirmed by direct numerical simulations at lower Reynolds numbers.
  • Lecture (Conference)
    DFD 99 Meeting of The American Physical Society APS Bulletin vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 164 (1999)
  • Contribution to proceedings
    DFD 99 Meeting of The American Physical Society APS Bulletin vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 164 (1999)

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Is there a unique thermal source of dileptons in Pb(158 A · GeV) + Au, Pb reactions?

Gallmeister, K.; Kämpfer, B.; Pavlenko, O.
An analysis of the dilepton measurements in the reactions Pb(158 A · GeV) + Au, Pb points to a unique
thermal source contributing to the invariant mass and transverse momentum spectra. Effects of the flow pattern are discussed.
Keywords: dileptons, heavy-ion collisions
  • Physics Letters B 473 (2000) 20-24

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X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy investigation of the interaction of U(VI) and Fe(III) with natural humic acid in aqueous solutions

Teterin, Y. A.; Nefedov, V. I.; Lebedev, A. M.; Dementjev, A. P.; Utkin, I. O.; Teterin, A. Y.; Bubner, M.; Reich, T.; Pompe, S.; Heise, K.-H.
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy investigation of the interaction of U(VI) and Fe(III) with natural humic acid in aqueous solutions.
Dedicated to Prof. Dr. Egon Uhlig on the occasion of his 70th birthday.
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Complexes of U(VI) and Fe(III) with natural humic acid (NHA) were studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). It follows from the analysis of the uranium and iron concentrations at the surface and in the bulk of the humates that the reaction in solution is heterogeneous. The NHA reacts as a particle. In solutions containing either U(VI) or Fe(III), NHA reacts similar with Fe(III) and U(VI). However, in a mixed solution of Fe(III) and U(VI), NHA reacts predominantly with iron. In comparison to Fe(III) complexes, the complexes with U(VI) are formed mostly in the inner of the NHA particle. Therefore, the concentration ratio U/Fe as measured by XPS increases by powdering of the particles. Salts of Fe(III) can be used to inhibit the uranium migration in form of its soluble humates.




Keywords: Keywords: Humic acid complexes; Uranyl complexes; Iron complexes; XPS of humates
  • Journal für Praktische Chemie Vol. 341, Issue 8 (1999), pp. 773-777

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The interplay of sputtering and oxidation during plasma diffusion treatment

Parascandola, S.; Kruse, O.; Möller, W.
Metals that form dense native surface oxide layers challenge plasma diffusion treatment techniques. Experimental results obtained during nitriding of stainless steel from real-time depth-resolved compositional analysis by elastic recoil detection give insight into the transport kinetics. In agreement with semi-quantitative considerations on the oxide removal and the oxide growth, the interplay of sputtering and oxidation emerges as a key parameter. On this background, suggestions for practical applications and optimization of the modification processes are given for different plasma diffusion treatment techniques.
  • Applied Physics Letters 75 (1999) No. 13, 1851-1853

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The Influence of the Oxygen Partial Pressure on the Ion Nitriding of Al - an Investigation by means of Real Time In-situ Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis

Parascandola, S.; Telbizova, T.; Kruse, O.; Möller, W.
Aluminium is known as a promising but difficult candidate for successful nitriding. It exhibits a dense native surface oxide layer that acts as a barrier for diffusional nitrogen transport. To investigate the influence of the oxygen partial pressure, samples of pure polycrystalline Aluminum have been ion nitrided at different oxygen partial pressures from a hot filament ion source. Before and during the nitriding process depth profiling of nitrogen and oxygen has been performed by in-situ Real Time Elastic Recoil Detection. The oxygen partial pressure plays a crucial role for the evolution of the surface oxide layer and thus for the nitriding result. If the surface oxide layer is removed an AlN-layer grows. The results are compared to semi-quantitative considerations on the interplay of sputtering and oxidation. A criteria for the removal of the surface oxide layer is given.
Keywords: Nitriding, Aluminium, ERD, oxidation, sputtering
  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods B 161-163 (2000) 406-410
  • Beitrag zu fremden Sammelwerken / Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Ion Beam Analysis / Sixth European Conference on Accelerators in Applied Research and Technology, Dresden, Germany, 26-30 July 1999
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Effect of Fast Ti-Deposition on Gas Recycling at the First Wall and on Fast Ion Losses in the GDT Experiment

Bagryansky, P. A.; Bender, E. D.; Ivanov, A. A.; Karpushov, A. N.; Murachtin, S. V.; Noack, K.; Krahl, S.; Collatz, S.
Fast Ti-deposition was applied in the gas-dynamic trap (GDT) facility in the regimes with 14-17.5 keV, 2.5-4 MW neutral beam (NB) injection to control gas recycling at the first wall and thereby to reduce charge-exchange losses of energetic ions. The charge-exchange losses of the fast ions turned out to be much less than in former, non-conditioned discharges. The temporal spatial variation of the neutral gas density was measured during typical shots and compared with the results obtained by means of a Monte Carlo transport code. The comparison of the numerical results with the experimental data shows that the recycling coefficient of the chamber wall which has been freshly coated by titanium is close to that of the pure metallic surface.
Keywords: Ti-deposition, gas dynamic trap, neutral gas, gas recycling, plasma experiment, Monte Carlo calculation
  • Journal of Nuclear Materials 265 (1999) 124 -133

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NEUSI - A Code for the Calculation of Neutral Particle Densities Inside the Plasma Region of the GDT

Collatz, S.; Noack, K.
Based on the Integral Transport Method the code NEUSI calculates the radial-, axial- and time-dependent distributions of fast and slow hydrogen atoms and hydrogen molecules in the plasma region of the GDT facility of the Budker Institute Novosibirsk. The present paper briefly describes the basic features and approximations of the code and gives some calculation results.
Keywords: mirror plasma, gas dynamic trap, neutral gas, transport calculation, integral transport method
  • Poster
    International Conference "Open Systems '98", July 27 - 31, 1998, Novosibirsk, Russia, Transactions of Fusion Technology, 35 (1999) 375
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    International Conference "Open Systems '98", July 27 - 31, 1998, Novosibirsk, Russia, Transactions of Fusion Technology, 35 (1999) 375

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Wall Conditioning and Neutral Gas Transport at the GDT Facility

Murachtin, S. V. E. A.
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    International Conference "Open Systems '98", July 27 - 31, 1998, Novosibirsk, Russia, Transactions of Fusion Technology, 35 (1999) 370

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Transport Simulations of Fast Ion and Neutral Gas Dynamics During GDT Experiments

Noack, K.; Otto, G.; Collatz, S.
The behaviour of the fast ion population is one of the crucial issues of the GDT based neutron generator project proposed by the Budker Institute Novosibirsk. Therefore, the study of the fast ion dynamics is one of the main research objectives at the GDT facility. This research is supported by computational investigations by means of codes that have been specially developed. The present paper briefly describes the fast ion code, demonstrates the capabilities of a fast ion and neutral gas code package and draws computational and physical conclusions from calculations of recent experiments.
Keywords: gas dynamic trap, fast ions, neutral gas, transport calculations
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    International Conference "Open Systems '98", July 27 - 31, 1998, Novosibirsk, Russia, Transactions of Fusion Technology, 35 (1999) 218
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    International Conference "Open Systems '98", July 27 - 31, 1998, Novosibirsk, Russia, Transactions of Fusion Technology, 35 (1999) 218

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Energy Confinement of the High ß Two-Component Plasma in the Gas Dynamic Trap

Karpushov, A. N. E. A.
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    International Conference "Open Systems '98", July 27 - 31, 1998, Novosibirsk, Russia, Transactions of Fusion Technology, 35 (1999) 190

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Recent Results of Experiments on the Gas Dynamic Trap

Bagryansky, P. A.; Et Al.
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    International Conference "Open Systems '98", July 27 - 31, 1998, Novosibirsk, Russia, Transactions of Fusion Technology, 35 (1999) 79

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Energy confinement of the Finite ß Plasmas in the Gas Dynamic Trap

Anikeev, A. V.; Noack, K.
The Gas Dynamic Trap (GDT) is an axisymmetric mirror device with a high mirror ratio to confine a collisional plasma and a minority of fast ions. The latter are produced in the trap by oblique, high-power neutral beam (NB) injection into the collisional target plasma. The recent upgrade of the NB system resulted in an increase of the power maximum during the pulse from 2.5 to almost 4.5 MW. Under the new experimental situation were studied: the transport and stability of the high-ß plasma, the cross-field tranport and the detailed energy balance of the fast ions.
The paper reports on the measurement techniques used and on the results achieved.
Keywords: plasma physics, gas dynamic trap, high-ß plasmas, stability, cross-field transport, neutral beam ijection
  • Poster
    25th EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, June 29 - July 3, 1998, Prague, Czech Republic, Proceedings Vol. 22C, pp. 627-630
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    25th EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, June 29 - July 3, 1998, Prague, Czech Republic, Proceedings Vol. 22C, pp. 627-630

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Improved Version of a Mirror Based 14 MeV Neutron Source

Ivanov, A. A.; Kumpf, H.; Noack, K.
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    16th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference, Montreal, Canada, October 7-11, 1996, Proceedings Vol. III, pp. 667-675, IAEA-CN-64/GP-24
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    16th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference, Montreal, Canada, October 7-11, 1996, Proceedings Vol. III, pp. 667-675, IAEA-CN-64/GP-24

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Studies of Plasma Axial Confinement and Transverse Transport in the GDT Experiment

Anikeev, A. V.; Bagryansky, P. A.; Deichuli, P. P.; Ivanov, A. A.; Karpushov, A. N.; Kuznetsov, G. I.; Lizunov, A. A.; Maximiov, V. V.; Murakhtin, S. V.; Saunichev, K. N.; Stupishin, N. V.; Noack, K.
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    23rd EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Kiev, Ukraine, 1996, Proceedings Vol. 20C, part II, p. 688-691
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    23rd EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Kiev, Ukraine, 1996, Proceedings Vol. 20C, part II, p. 688-691

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The Plasma Neutron Source Simulations in the GDT Experiment

Anikeev, A. V.; Bagryansky, P. A.; Deichuli, P. P.; Ivanov, A. A.; Karpushov, A. N.; Kuznetsov, G. I.; Lizunov, A. A.; Maximov, V. V.; Shichovtsev, I. V.; Stupishin, N. V.; Tsidulko, Y. A.; Voropaev, S. G.; Murakhtin, S. V.; Noack, K.; Kumpf, G.; Krahl, S.; Otto, G.
  • Poster
    23rd EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Kiev, Ukraine, 1996, Proceedings Vol. 20C, part II, pp. 684-687
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    23rd EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Kiev, Ukraine, 1996, Proceedings Vol. 20C, part II, pp. 684-687

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Neutral Particle Balance in GDT with Fast Titanium Coating of the First Wall

Bagryansky, P. A.; Et Al.
  • Contribution to proceedings
    IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, 1995, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, p. 200

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TECHNETIUM-99m - THE WORKHORSE OF DIAGNOSTIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE

Johannsen, B.
The appreciation of short-lived radionuclides in nuclear medicine has led to the development of radionuclide generators that serve as a convenient source of these radionuclides to prepare a wide range of radiopharmaceuticals. Of all the potentially useful generator systems, the 99mTc generator has found the most widespread use. Although originally chosen because of its excellent disintegration characteristics and its ready availability, 99mTc would not be so widely used today were it not for its ability to exhibit a versatile coordination chemistry.
During the first phase of research into the development of 99mTc based imaging agents in the 1970s the agents were relatively simple in nature (pertechnetate, colloids, particles, albumin, and complexes with DTPA, phosphonates). Then new complexes have been developed which provide images of flow and metabolism, e.g. kidney and liver functions as well as regional heart and brain perfusion. Antibodies, antibody fragments and numerous peptides have been successfully labelled with 99mTc.

Progress in technetium chemistry has led to an assortment of building blocks in the form of various cores and valuable combinations of donor groups in a number of chelating ligands. Research is still going on to extend and improve these tools. Using new concepts and methods, current research is being directed at an area of technetium chemistry well beyond perfusion tracers to open a window on biochemistry. There is considerable effort by many groups to develop agents that will target a variety of receptors, including CNS receptors. As for potential 99mTc based CNS receptor imaging agents, however, low brain uptake is a general problem.
The recent advances in the design of new technetium 99mTc imaging agents illustrate the continued expansion of the use of this class of radiopharmaceuticals.
  • Lecture (Conference)
    Jahrestagung der Deutschen Pharmazeutischen Gesellschft, Frankfurt/M. 7.-9.10.1999

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Selforganization and chaos in the nuclear system

Rotter, I.
  • Book (Authorship)
    in: Dynamical Systems and Chaos, Vol. 2 (Physics), ed. By Y. Aizawa, S. Saito and K. Shiraiwa, World Scientific 1995, pp. 550-553

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Evidence for trapping and collectivization of resonances at strong coupling

Herzberg, R.-D.; von Brentano, P.; Rotter, I.
  • Nuclear Physics A 556, (1993), 107-114

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Hierarchical trapping of resonance states at high level density

Iskra, W.; Rotter, I.; Dittes, F.-M.
  • Physical Review C 47, (1993), 1086-1090

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The effect of annealing under hydrostatic pressure on the visible photoluminescence from Si+--implanted SiO2 films

Tyschenko, I. E.; Rebohle, L.; Yankov, R. A.; Skorupa, W.; Misiuk, A.; Kachurin, G. A.
  • Journal of Luminescence 80 (1999) 229-233
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    E-MRS´98, Strasbourg, June 16-19, 1998

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Photoluminescence and electroluminescence investigations at Ge-rich SiO2 layers

Rebohle, L.; von Borany, J.; Skorupa, W.; Tyschenko, I. E.; Fröb, H.
  • Journal of Luminescence 80 (1999) 275-279
  • Lecture (Conference)
    E-MRS´98, Strasbourg, June 16-19, 1998

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Jahresbericht 1997/98 und 1. Halbjahr 1999 Abteilung Kommunikation und Datenverarbeitung

Fülle, R.
Bericht der Abteilung Kommunikation und Datenverarbeitung des FZR über ihre Tätigkeit in den Jahren 1997, 1998 und im 1. Halbjahr 1999
  • Open Access Logo Wissenschaftlich-Technische Berichte / Forschungszentrum Rossendorf; FZR-274 Juli 1999

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A contactless method for velocity reconstruction in electrically conducting fluids

Stefani, F.; Gerbeth, G.
A contactless method for velocity determination in electrically conducting fluids is presented. The method is based on the fact that an additional magnetic field is induced if the moving fluid is exposed to a primary magnetic field. Applying the primary magnetic field in two different directions and measuring the corresponding induced magnetic fields the fluid velocity can be reconstructed if some kind of regularization for the velocity field is used. For a spherical shaped conducting fluid analytical expressions for the connection between spherical harmonics expansion coefficients of the induced magnetic fields on one side and of the defining scalars of the velocity on the other side are given. For other geometries a general method for numerical treatment is proposed.
  • Measurement science and technology 11 (2000) 758-765

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Holes in Boron-Doped Diamond: Comparison Between Experiment and a New Model

Fontaine, F.
We present a model for the calculation of the hole concentration in boron-doped diamond. It is based on details of the structure of the valence band and on a careful energy balance around the valence band edge. The effect of a variable hole effective mass is first examined. It is found that both the hole concentration and its activation energy increase with increasing hole effective mass. The calculations are then compared to some available experimental data. Good agreement between experiment and calculation is reached. It is concluded that the model rightly describes the thermal generation of the holes from the acceptor levels to the valence band. The difficulty to determine the acceptor and donor concentration independently from the hole effective mass is finally discussed.
  • Contribution to proceedings
    10th European Conference on Diamond, Diamond-Like Materials, Carbon Nanotubes, Nitrides & Silicon Carbides, nPrague, CZ, Sept. 12-17, 1999

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Positron energy levels in semiconductors

Panda, B. K.; Brauer, G.; Skorupa, W.; Kuriplach, J.
Positron affinities, deformation potentials and lifetimes are calculated in diamond, Si, SiC, and BN bulk cubic semiconductors using the first principles pseudopotential and linear-muffin-tin-orbital (LMTO) methods. Both the electron and positron energies are calculated within the local density approximation (LDA) and generalized gradient approximation (GGA). It is observed that the LMTO calculated values of quantities of interest are systematically lower than those calculated with the pseudopotential method. Results further show that the GGA correction for the electron energy levels is not very important in positron calculations. The calculated positron affinity in SiC is found to be in reasonable agreement with experiment. Positron properties for other materials are also compared with experimental data available.
Keywords: positron affinity, positron deformation potential, positron lifetime, diamond, silicon, silicon carbide, boron nitride, first principles pseudopotential method, first principles linear-muffin-tin-orbital method, local density approximation, generalized gradient approximation
  • Physical Review B Vol.61, Nr.23 (2000) 15848

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Stability Studies on 99mTechnetium(III) Complexes with Tridentate/Monodentate Thiol Ligands and Phosphine ("3+1+1" Complexes)

Seifert, S.; Drews, A.; Gupta, A.; Pietzsch, H.-J.; Spies, H.; Johannsen, B.
The preparation and characterisation of "3+1+1" technetium complexes of the gen-eral formula [Tc(SES)(RS)(PMe2Ph)] (SES = tridentate dithiol ligand, E = S, O, NMe; RSH = monothiol ligand) at the no carrier added level is described. The Tc(III) com-plexes are prepared in a one-step procedure starting from pertechnetate in yields of 85 - 95 % of radiochemical purity. A comparison of their chromatographic data with the fully characterised 99Tc complexes indicate the identity of the investigated com-pounds. Stability studies show that the 99mTc complexes undergo some alteration in solution. They are oxidised to the 3+1 oxotechnetium(V) complexes and/or decom-pose in aqueous solution. In challenge experiments performed with glutathione, ex-change of the monothiolato ligand occurs in the same manner as known for the 3+1 complexes.
Keywords: 3+1+1 99mTc complexes, preparation, stability
  • Appl. Radiat. Isot. 53 (2000) 431-438

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Entwicklung von Strahlfängern für maximale Elektronenenergie am Beschleuniger ELBE

Naumann, B.; Neubert, W.; Pröhl, D.
A design study of beam dumps is presented for the 40 MeV superconducting Electron-Linearaccelerator ELBE. Nuclear physical and thermal properties of selected materials are considered. Energy deposition and neutron production were calculated for a special design of the beam dump. For those Monte-Carlo simulations the particle transport rogram packages GEANT, MCNP and FLUKA have been used. The expected activation under beam conditions was estimated for selected dump materials.
Keywords: beam dump
  • Open Access Logo Wissenschaftlich-Technische Berichte / Forschungszentrum Rossendorf; FZR-267 Juli 1999

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Lifetime study of particle-hole excitations in the semimagic nucleus 94Ru

Jungclaus, A.; Kast, D.; Lieb, K. P.; Teich, C.; Weiszflog, M.; Härtlein, T.; Ender, C.; Köck, F.; Schwalm, D.; Johnstone, I. P.; Reif, J.; Schwengner, R.; Peusquens, R.; Dewald, A.; Eberth, J.; Thomas, H. G.; Gorska, M.; Grawe, H.
  • Physical Review C, Volume 60, 014309

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The COSY-TOF barrel detector

Böhm, A.; Brinkmann, K.-T.; Dshemuchadse, S.; Freiesleben, H.; Herrmann, P.; Jakob, B.; Koch, H.; Krug, J.; Kuhlmann, E.; Lange, J. S.; Michel, P.; Möller, K.; Schamlott, A.; Schönmeier, P.; Schülke, A.; Steinke, M.; Sun, G. Y.; Würschig-Pörsel, M.; Zielinski, U.
A barrel-shaped scintillator hodoscope was developed as part of the time-of-flight spectrometer TOF operated at an external beam line of the cooler synchrotron COSY. The COSY-TOF spectrometer is used mainly to perform kinematically complete experiments on light meson production and proton-proton bremsstrahlung in proton-proton collisions for laboratory energies up to 2.5 GeV.
The newly developed scintillator hodoscope (BARREL1), one of several detector segments of the COSY-TOF spectrometer, consists of one layer of 96 scintillator bars of 15 mm thickness arranged to form a barrel with 3 m in diameter and 2.85 m in length.
For any given interaction process the TOF spectrometer allows to determine the velocity vectors of all charged ejectiles emerging from the target by measuring the time of flight between the start and the stop detector as well as the point of impact on the stop detector. For the BARREL1 detector the position information is obtained by two-sided light read-out of the scintillator bars. For minimum ionizing particles the spatial resolution was measured to be Delta z(FWHM) = 8 cm, corresponding to a polar angle resolution in the range 0.57 to 2.86 degrees, depending on the hit position. The binning in azimuthal angular direction amounts to 360/96 = 3.75 degrees. For the time-of-flight resolution of minimum ionizing particles a value of Delta t(FWHM) = 0.61 ns was obtained.
  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A

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Ion nitriding of aluminium - experimental investigation of thermal transport

Telbizova, T.; Parascandola, S.; Prokert, F.; Richter, E.; Möller, W.
To study the thermal transport during the ion nitriding of aluminium, samples of pure polycrystalline Al have been subsequently implanted with 14N and 15N. The implantation have been performed by a broad beam ion source with an energy of 1 keV and hihg current density of 1 mA/cm2. The temperature was kept at 500oC which allows fast diffusion. The oxygen partial pressure was below 3 x 10-5 Pa throughout treatment. The samples were analysed by X-ray diffraction grazing incidence technique. The depth profiles of the isotopes were obtained by Nuclear Reaction Analysis. The measurements reveal the formation of a hexagonal AlN-phase and show that the preimplanted isotope is found only in the bulk, while the postimplanted isotope is located near the surface. Thermal transport mechanisms are discussed on the basis of the obtained results.
Keywords: Al, ion nitriding, thermal transport, diffusion
  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 161-163, p. 690

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Nicotinamide-substituted complexes as redox markers. 2. Synthesis of a 99Tc-dihydropyridine mixed-ligand complex and investigation of the stability in tissue homogenates

Rother, A.; Kniess, T.; Pütz, M.; Jungclas, H.; Spies, H.; Johannsen, B.
For developing a dihydropyridine/pyridinium salt redox delivery system that could be useful for SPECT investigations by 99mTc compounds the synthesis of a mixed-ligand complex of the long-lived isotope 99Tc is described. The new compound bearing a pyridinium salt moiety was characterised by NMR-spectrometry and X-ray structure analysis. By reduction with sodium dithionite the corresponding 1,4-dihydropyridine complex was prepared and the stability in buffer, tissue homogenates, blood plasma and cerebrospinal fluid was investigated by UV-VIS spectrometry.
Keywords: redox delivery system, pyridinium salt, 1,4-dihydropyridine
  • Journal of Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals 42, 673-681(1999)

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Ion beam synthesis of CoSi2 - microstructures by means of a high current focused ion beam

Bischoff, L.; Teichert, J.; Hesse, E.; Panknin, D.; Skorupa, W.
The bfabrication of CoSi2 - structures by stoichiometric implantation of Co+ (E = 30...35 keV, Iion = 1.3nA) and Co++ ions (E = 60 keV, Iion = 0.6nA) at doses between 0.3 and 5x1017 cm-2 and a subsequent two step annealing (600°C, 60 min; 1000°C, 30 min in N2) is demonstrated. The dose dependence and the influence of the substrate temperature were studied. The quality of the silicide submicron structures was investigated by SEM, EDX and electrical measurements.
  • Contribution to proceedings
    Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Ion Beam Modification of Materials Canberra, Australia, 5-10 February, 1995

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Time of flight corrected beam blanker for ion beam lithography systems

Teichert, J.; Janssen, D.
For an electrostatic beam blanker the deflection fields are calculated which prevent spurious deflections due to the ion time of flight. The beam blanker consists of two defection electrode pairs arranged symmetrically befor and after the beam cross over. The calculated deflection fields can be realized by declinated surfaces of the blanker electrodes.
  • Optic 91, No.1 (1992) 46-48

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Parametric investigation of current pulses in a liquid metal ion emitter

Hesse, E.; Mair, G. L. R.; Bischoff, L.; Teichert, J.
The presence of current pulses superimposed on the dc level of the ion current in liquid metal ion sources has been known for a long time. This work investigates the behaviour of the pulses for varying temperature and working liquid metal. Attempts are made to explain the differences observed in the threshold current for the appearance of the pulses and also in their terminal, or saturation, frequency. Differences are also found between sources using the same working metal, although the pulse appearance threshold current is the same for a given metal.
The experimental results indicate that a low source operating temperature is desirable if droplet emission is to be minimized.
  • Journal of Physics D: Appl. Phys. 29 (1996) 2193-2197.

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A lithium liquid metal ion source with narrow angle emission for writing beam lithography

Hesse, E.; Naehring, F. K.; Teichert, J.
Parameters of a lithium liquid metal ion source have been determined. The angular intensity is the higest yet reported for liquid metal ion sources. This high angular intensity and the large range of light ions suggest the liquid metal ion source to be applied for writing beam lithography. PMMA resist layers were exposed by a focused lithium ion beam.
  • Microelectronic engineering 23 (1994) 111-114

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Evolution der Zweiphasenströmung in einer senkrechten Rohrleitung - Gasgehaltsprofile und Blasengrößenverteilung entlang des Strömungsweges

Prasser, H.-M.; Zippe, W.; Zschau, J.
Es wird ein Gittersensor vorgestellt, der die Gasgehaltsverteilung in einer Flüssigkeits-Gas-Strömung mit einer zeitlichen Auflösung von 1200 Messungen pro Sekunde bei einer räumlichen Auflösung von 3 mm erfaßt. Es können einzelne Gasblasen in mehreren aufeinanderfolgenden momentanen Gas-gehalts-ver-teilungen abgebildet werden. Dadurch ist es möglich, Blasengrößenverteilungen zu ermitteln. Der Sensor wurde in einer senkrechten Rohrleitung eingesetzt, in der die Zweiphasenströmung durch Einspeisung von Luft in eine Wasserströmung erzeugt wurde. Der Abstand zwischen Einspeisung und Sensor wurde von ca. 0.5 bis 70 L/D variiert, so daß die Herausbildung der Gasgehaltsverteilung entlang des Strömungs-weges studiert werden konnte. Der vorgestellte Gittersensor erlaubt Dank der erreichten Meßgeschwindigkeit erstmals die quantitative Charakterisierung großer Ensembles von Einzelblasen. Gegenüber den üblicherweise für Blasen-größenmessungen verwendeten lokalen Sonden können die Experimente mit hoher Effektivität durchgeführt werden, da der gesamte Strömungsquerschnitt überwacht wird. Repräsentative Blasengrößenverteilungen lassen sich bereits bei Meßzeiten in der Größenordnung von 10 s ermitteln. Neben den genannten Auswerteverfahren kann auch eine Visualisierung der Strömung in Form einer digitalen Zeitlupendarstellung vorgenommen werden. Der Gittersensor dürfte für vielfältige Anwendungen aus dem Bereich der Verfahrenstechnik interessant sein, die gewonnenen Daten eignen sich zur Modellentwicklung, speziell zur Überprüfung von Koaleszenzmodellen.
Keywords: two-phase flow, measuring methods, wire-mesh sensor, bubble size distributions, flow patterns
  • Poster
    GVC Jahrestagung, Leipzig, 29.09. - 01.10.1999, Abstract in: Chemie Ingenieur Technik 71 (1999) 9, S.1061-1062
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    GVC Jahrestagung, Leipzig, 29.09. - 01.10.1999, Abstract in: Chemie Ingenieur Technik 71 (1999) 9, S.1061-1062

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Synthesis and biological evaluation of 7alpha Re/Tc "3+1" and cyclopentadienyltri- carbonylmetal (CpTM) estrogen mimics based on the conjugated design

Skaddan, M. B.; Wüst, F.; Welch, M. J.; Katzenellenbogen, J. A.
The diagnosis and staging of breast cancer could be improved by the development of imaging radiopharmaceuticals that provide a non-invasive determination of the estrogen receptor (ER) status of tumor cells. Towards this goal, we have synthesized a number of Re and Tc-labeled estradiol (1) mimics based on the conjugated design, which tethers a metal-containing moiety to an existing steroid. In this study, the 7alpha position of estradiol was chosen as the tether site, due to its well known
tolerance of bulky substituents. 1 The metal was stabilized using either the "3+1" design (2,3), or the cyclopentadienyltricarbonylmetal (CpTM) approach (4,5,6) . In the "3+1" design, a tridentate ligand and a monodentate ligand surround an oxometal core.2 In the CpTM design, a substituted Cp and three carbonyls are coordinated to a Re/Tc(I) center.3,4
The advantages of using the "3+1" and CpTM desings are the well-established stability of both systems, as well as the ability to produce both systems efficiently at the tracer level.2,4
The first tether used was a hexyl spacer, and the synthesis of the precursors for targets 2-6 started with THP-protected estradiol 7 (Scheme 1). After oxidation to ketone 8 using a previously published method, standard alkylation conditions introduced the hexene side chain to form 9 , with BEt3 as an additive to stabilize the enolate and prevent O-alkylation.

Keywords: estrogen, radiotracers, rhenium, technetium
  • Lecture (Conference)
    13th International symposium on Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry, St. Louis, USA 27.6.-1.7.99
  • Abstract in refereed journal
    J. Labelled Cpd. Radiopharm. 42 (Suppl.1) (1999) S153-S155

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Derivatization strategies of small biomolecules for the labeling with the organometallic "99mTc(CO)3"-core

Schibli, R.; Alberto, R.; Schaffland, A. O.; Schubiger, P. A.; Abram, U.; Pietzsch, H.-J.; Johannsen, B.
Small, radiolabeled biomolecules, such as steroids, tracers for the central nervous system and biotin obtained considerable attention in diagnostic nuclear medicine. Nowadays, there are numerous short living isotopes available for SPECT (e.g. 131I) and PET (e.g. 18F, 11C) imaging to label such biological vectors. Despite this fact. Tc-99m is still the isotope of choice for diagnostic purpose because of its ideal decay properties. However, unlike iodinated of fluorinated radiopharmaceuticals, Tc-99m requires a highly sophisticated functionalization and coordination chemistry. Attempts to substitute direct covalent bound isotopes by Tc-99m chelates were, apart from peptides, only partially successful. (1,2) The reason is mainly the size of the introduced chelates (interference with active site of the biomolecule) and the redox sensitivity of 99mTc in the oxidation state +3 and +5. Therefore, alternative approaches are required to overcome these problems by introduction of small, redox inert 99mTc-cores in combination with simple ligand systems.
Although the idea of labeling e.g. steroids with organometallic Re or Tc-compounds was published by Top et al. In 1995 the attempt failed due to synthetic problems of the precursor on the no-carrier added level.(3) Our group recently pioneered the synthesis of the organometallic Tc(I) complex fac-[M(OH2)3(CO)3]+ (M=99mTc 1a, 99Tc 1b, Re 1c) under safe and pressureless conditions in aqueous media in high yields (<95%).(4,5) The compound is characterized by its water solubility, pronounced kinetic inertness (low spin d6 system) and the substitution lability of the three coordinated water molecules enabling effective labeling under mild conditions. The small size of the organometallic center will minimize the interference with the binding side of a biomolecule. Therefore, this new label optimi ...
Keywords: Tc-99m, organometallic, Biotin, WAY
  • Lecture (Conference)
    13th International symposium on Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry, St. Louis,USA, 27.6.-1.7.1999
  • Abstract in refereed journal
    J. Labelled Compd. Radiopharm. 42 (1999) S147-S149

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Investigation and optimization of the emission parameters of alloy liquid metal ion sources

Bischoff, L.; Teichert, J.; Hausmann, S.; Ganetsos, T.; Mair, G. L. R.
Liquid metal ion sources (LMIS) are one of the key elements in focused ion beam (FIB) technology. For special tasks, alloy LMIS are needed which have to be operated at elevated temperatures. For the adjustment of an optimal beam performance in a FIB system the source parameters, temperature of the ion emitter and the energy spread of the different used ion species are of fundamental importance. Emitters wetted with Au73Ge27, Au77Ge14Si9 and Co36Nd64 alloys were investigated with respect to the influence of the source temperature on the emission current - extraction voltage characteristics, the mass distribution, as well as the energy spread of the different emitted ions using an equipment containing of an ExB mass filter and a retarding field energy analyser. The energy spread significantly determines the available FIB spot size and depends also on the emission current, the charge state, and the mass of ions or clusters. The axial angular intensity and the resulting target current of the FIB were measured as a function of the source parameters. Two operating regimes were found. Whether one works in a high stable target current mode and lower resolution (emission current ~ 10 µA), or in the high resolution, high chromatic angular intensity mode (emission current a few µA), at the risk of lower target current including stability, both at source temperatures some ten degrees above the melting point.
Keywords: alloy liquid metal ion source, energy spread, source temperature, focused ion beam
  • Contribution to proceedings
    International Conference on ION BEAM ANALYSIS and European Conference on ACCELERATORS IN APPLIED RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY Dresden July 26 - 30 1999
  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 161-163 (2000) 1128-1131

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Stillegung und Rückbau: Direktmessung alpha-aktiver Nuklide in Bauschutt zur Freigabeentscheidung, Schlußbericht zum Fördervorhaben 02 S 7655 und 02S7655A, Laufzeit: 01.05.1996 bis 31.10.1998

Nebelung, C.; Nitsche, H.
Beim Abriß von Nuklearanlagen fallen große Mengen Bauschutt an, die mit Radionukliden kontaminiert sein können. Da diese Kontaminationen häufig nahe der Freigrenze liegen, ist für die Entscheidung, ob das Material als radioaktiver Abfall behandelt werden muß oder freigegeben werden kann, eine schnelle und exakte Methode notwendig. Die Bestimmung der ( - und $ - Aktivivtät ist mit in-situ Messungen möglich. Eine direkte Messung der " - aktiven Nuklide im stehenden Gebäude ist auf Grund der geringen Reichweite der " -Strahlung und ihrer Absorption im Beton nicht möglich. Die übliche chemische Analyse der " - aktiven Nuklide ist sehr zeitaufwendig.
Im Rahmen dieses Projektes wurde eine Methode der direkten " - Spektrometrie nach nur mechanischer Präparation des Betons entwickelt. In einem aus zwei Schritten bestehendem Zerkleinerungsprozeß wurden Suspensionen mit mittleren Partikeldurchmessern von 0,5 µm erhalten. Die Meßproben mit einem Durchmesser von 20 cm und Schichtdicken zwischen 0,6 und 5 µm wurden durch Gießen oder Sprühen auf die Probenträger und anschließendes Trocknen hergestellt. Die Spektren dieser Proben wurden in einer Gitterionisationskammer aufgenommen. Durch die Verwendung von Standardbeton mit dotierten Actiniden konnten die Selbstabsorption der " - Strahlung und die Peakform in Abhängigkeit der Schichtdicke ermittelt werden. Unbekannte Betonproben gleicher Geometrie konnten mit Hilfe dieser ermittelten Peakform entfaltet werden.
Das für diese Arbeit entwickelte Programm WINKRUM basiert auf einem geometrischen Modell für Partikelgröße, Partikelverteilung und Packungsdichte. Mit Strahlungstransportberechnungen können Spektren simuliert werden, die ebenfalls eine Peakentfaltung von Multielementspektren ermöglichen.
Mit dieser Direktmessung dünner Meßproben können " - aktive Nuklide bis zu 0,02 Bq/g in Multielementspektren innerhalb von 30 h bestimmt werden.


Keywords: Actinide, Alpha-aktive Nuklide, Alpha-Spektrometrie, Bauschutt, Beton, Dünne Schichten, Freigaberegelung, Freimessung, Kontamination, Nuklearanlagen, Stillegung
  • Other report
    Abschlußbericht BMBF Projekt 02S7655 und 02S7655A Juli 1999

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Experimental and Numerical Investigations of the Coolant Mixing in Pressurized Water Reactors

Grunwald, G.; Höhne, T.; Prasser, H.-M.; Rohde, U.; Weiss, F.-P.
For the analysis of boron dilution transients and main steam line break scenarios the modelling
of the coolant mixing inside the reactor vessel is important. The reactivity insertion due to
overcooling or deboration depends strongly on the coolant temperature and boron concentrati-
on.

The coolant mixing in the downcomer and lower plenum depends significantly on the con-
struction of the reactor vessel and flow conditions are different in each reactor type. In the
German Konvoi type reactors a complicated flow picture with large vortexes was obtained
which is typical probably also for the European Pressurized Water Reactor (EPR). The models
and assumptions for the coolant mixing description used in the coupled neutron kine-
tics/thermohydraulic system codes have to be validated on experimental data from the
Rossendorf coolant mixing model and detailed computational fluid dynamics (CFD) calcula-
tions.

The requirements concerning quality of the experimental results need a non-pressurized test
facility operating with water (room temperature). The reactor vessel is made of Plexiglas? for
flow visualization and LDA measurements. It has to dispose of separately controllable main
coolant pumps in each loop. The measurement instrumentation has to be designed for the
necessary spartial and time resolution.

The three-dimensional flow distribution in the downcomer and the lower plenum of PWRs
was calculated with a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code (CFX-4).
  • Contribution to proceedings
    7th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, Tokyo, Japan, April 19-23, 1999, ICONE-7815

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SchaumPET – A Setup for Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Investigation of Foam in a Bubble Column

Hensel, F.; Prasser, H.-M.
The paper describes a Positron Emission Tomograph dedicated to the investigation of the behavior of foam in a bubble column as well as the current planning of experiments using this device. In these experiments, foam generation, foam stability and transport phenomena in the liquid phase are the main topics of interest.
Keywords: positron emission tomography, nonmedical applications, BGO, coincidence logic, bubble column, foam
  • Lecture (Conference)
    Abstract in "4th Topical Meeting on Industrial Radiation and Radioisotope Measurements and Applications · IRRMA99" Conference Program and Abstracts. October 3-7 1999, Raleigh (USA). ISBN 0-89448-646-2, 32
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    Abstract in "4th Topical Meeting on Industrial Radiation and Radioisotope Measurements and Applications · IRRMA99" Conference Program and Abstracts. October 3-7 1999, Raleigh (USA). ISBN 0-89448-646-2, 32

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Investigation of a Density Measurement Technique using Positron Radiation

Hensel, F.
The paper describes a density measurement technique using positron radiation. The method is appropriate for the determination of densities ranging from 10 kg/m3 to 100 kg/m3, e.g. for determining the density of foams or the humidity of pressurized gases. The focus of this paper is on the results obtained with an optimized low cost detector geometry. The technique makes use of the positron ranges in the measured matter, which is depending on its density.
Keywords: density measurement, positron, positron annihilation, BGO, coincidence measurement
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    4th Topical Meeting on Industrial Radiation and Radioisotope Measurements and Applications, October 3-7 1999, Raleigh (USA). ISBN 0-89448-646-2, 9
  • Applied Radiation and Isotopes 53 (2000) 617-624

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Micro-Raman and Ion Channeling Study of Crystal Damage in Si Induced by Focused Ion Beam Co Implantation

Teichert, J.; Bischoff, L.; Hausmann, S.; Voelskow, M.; Hobert, H.
The lattice damage of silicon produced by ion implantation at extremely high current density of 0.8 A/cm2 (2.5 x 1018 cm-2 s-1) was investigated. In a focused ion beam system, implantation was carried out with 70 keV Co ions, fluences of 1.2 x 1016 cm-2 and 6.7 x 1015 cm-2 into Si (111) at room temperature and elevated temperatures between 355 °C and 400 °C. Radiation damage measurements were performed by Rutherford backscattering/channeling spectroscopy and micro-Raman analysis. The radiation damage was studied as a function of pixel dwell-time and implantation temperature. The critical temperature for amorphization increases with current density. Although the fluence of the focused ion implantation was constant, crystalline layers were obtained for short and amorphous layers for long pixel dwell-times. The critical dwell-time of crystalline/amorphous transition increases with implantation temperature. From the results a typical time for defect annealing of 10-5 s at 400 °C and an activation energy of (2.5±0.6) eV were deduced.
Keywords: focused ion beam, ion implantation, radiation damage, micro-Raman spectroscopy, ion channeling analysis, cobalt implantation
  • Applied Physics A 71 (2000) 175-180

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Technologie zur Aktivierung gepreßter Targetmaterialien mit dem Protonenstrahl (12 MeV, 10 µA) des Zyklotrons U-120

Thümmel, H.-W.; Brückner, R.; Guratzsch, H.
Es wird eine Technologie für die Aktivierung von gepreßten Pulver-Materialien (bis 500 mg) in einem Protonenstrom (10 µA) beschrieben. Das Verfahren wurde für die Herstellung von 94mTc am Rossendorfer Zyklotron U-120 aus angereichertem 94MoO3-Pulver optimiert. Die Bestrahlung des gepreßten Targetmaterials erfolgt in einem evakuierten und drucküberwachten Targetträger mit dünnem Strahleintrittsfenster. Durch die gute Wärmekopplung des Preßlings mit dem wassergekühlten Targetträger und der heli-umgekühlten Fensterfolie kann das Targetmaterial mit einer absorbierten Strahllei-stung bis zu 40 W belastet werden. Bei einem Folienbruch verhindert der geschlosse-ne Heliumkreislauf das Entweichen von radioaktivem Material. Zur Reduktion der Energieabsorption im Target wird die Dicke des Targetmaterials der Wirkungsquer-schnittsverteilung angepaßt. Nach der Entnahme des Targetträgers aus der Bestrah-lungsanlage verbleibt das Targetmaterial bis zur Aufarbeitung in einem radiochemi-schen Labor in dem geschlossenen Targetträger.

The technology described has been developed for safe activation of pressed powder materials (up to 500 mg) in a proton beam (10 µA). The procedure has been optimized for the production of 94mTc with the Rossendorf U-120 cyclotron using enriched 94MoO3. The target material is irradiated inside an evacuated and pressure controlled tar-getholder equipped with a thin entrance window for the proton beam. The target with-stands an absorbed beam power of about 40 W as the result of a good heat coupling between the target material and the water-cooled target holder as well as the helium-cooled entrance window. In the case of a window break the closed helium circuit pre-vents the escape of radioactivity. To diminish the energy absorption in the target the thickness is adapted to the distribution of the cross section. After taking the target holder out of the irradiation equipment, the target remains closed in the target holder ...

  • Open Access Logo Wissenschaftlich-Technische Berichte / Forschungszentrum Rossendorf; FZR-265 Juli 1999

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First Application of fac-[99mTc(OH2)3(CO)3]+ in Bioorganometallic Chemistry: Design, Structure, and in Vitro Affinity of a 5-HT1A Receptor Ligand Labeled with 99mTc

Alberto, R.; Schibli, R.; Schubiger, P. A.; Abram, U.; Pietzsch, H.-J.; Johannsen, B.
Bioorganometallic chemistry comprises the combination of an organometallic transition metal complex and a targeting biomolecule. If ever such a combination should be applied, the synthesis has to be convenient, fast and requires one or two steps only. [99mTc(OH2)3(CO)3]+ 1 can be prepared in one step from [99mTcO4]- in saline and bidentate aromatic amines are very efficient chelators for this organometallic precursor. Consequently, we have derivatized a 5-HT1A (serotonergic) receptor ligand with high affinity and high selectivity for this subclass from the group of the arylpiperazines with a Schiff Base type chelator. In water, 1 radiolabels the receptor ligand in high yield and specific activity.
Keywords: Technetium, serotonin receptor, 5-HT1A, Tc carbonyl complexes, bioorganometallic chemistry, schiff base, radio labelling
  • J. Am. Chem. Soc. 121, 25, 1999, 6076-6077

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Numerical Studies of Neutron Distributions in GDT Experiments

Anikeev, A. V.; Noack, K.; Otto, G.
In the Forschungszentrum Rossendorf the Fast Ion Transport code FIT has been developed on the base of the Monte Carlo method. It allows a detailed analysis of the fast ion field dynamics during GDT experiments [4]. Just, the code has been extended to enable not only the computation of the ion phase space distributions but also that of the neutron source distributions generated by various D-T fusion reactions. By means of FIT calculations the dependencies of the total neutron source strength and of the ion densities on several plasma parameters and operating regimes have been studied. The paper presents the numerical results and gives the physical interpretations.
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    26th EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 14-18 June 1999, Proceedings Vol. 23J, pp.1497-1500
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    26th EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 14-18 June 1999, Proceedings Vol. 23J, pp.1497-1500

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Study of Hot-Ion Plasma Confinement in the Gas-Dynamic Trap

Anikeev, A. V.; Bagryansky, P. A.; Ivanov, A. A.; Karpushov, A. N.; Kornilov, V. N.; Maximov, V. V.; Murakhtin, S. V.; Noack, K.; Smirnov, A. Y.
Studies of hot anisotropic ion confinement is one of the main objectives of the experimental program on the gas-dynamic trap (GDT). Hot ions are produced in the trap by injection of six neutral beams with energy 13-17 keV into collisional target plasma. The total injected power was up to 4.5 MW, pulse duration 1.2 ms. The behavior of hot ions with mean energy 3-10 keV and peak density of 0.5-1.0´ 1013 cm-3 was studied in detail in the experiments with plasma β up to 20%. The method of confinement study consists essentially in comparison of the measured ion parameters with those predicted by computer simulations based on theory of Coulomb collisions. Additionally the measurements of D-D neutron flux were used to measure the hot ion distribution along GDT axis.
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    26th EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 14-18 June 1999, Proceedings Vol. 23J, pp. 1781-1784
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    26th EPS Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 14-18 June 1999, Proceedings Vol. 23J, pp. 1781-1784

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Natural circulation experiments at the ISB-VVER Integral Test Facility and Calculations using the Thermal-Hydraulic Code ATHLET

Krepper, E.
In 1995 at the integral test facility ISB-VVER in Elektrogorsk near Moscow natural circulation experiments were performed, which were scientifically accompanied by the Forschungszentrum Rossendorf. These experiments were the first of this kind at a test facility, which models VVER-1000 thermal-hydraulics. Using the code ATHLET which is being developed by "Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit mbH", pre- and post-test calculations were done to determine the thermal-hydraulic events to be expected and to define and tune the boundary conditions of the test. The conditions found for natural circulation instabilities and cold leg loop seal clearing could be confirmed by the tests. The main thermal-hydraulic phenomena were identified and compared with the results gained during similar experiments on VVER-440 test facilities.

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    Ninth International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics, San Francisco, California, October 3-8, 1999, (Conference CD)
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    Ninth International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics, San Francisco, California, October 3-8, 1999, (Conference CD)

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Phase formation after high dose aluminium implantation into silicon carbide

Heera, V.; Reuther, H.; Stoemenos, J.; Pecz, B.
High doses of 350 keV Al+ ions were implanted into 6H-SiC single crystals at 500oC. The phase formation was studied by TEM, SIMS and AES. A critical Al concentration of about 10 at% was found below that the 6H-SiC structure remains stable. The Al atoms
occupy preferentially Si sites in the SiC lattice. The replaced Si atoms seem to be mobile under the given implantation conditions and diffuse out. At higher Al concentrations the SiC matrix is decomposed and precipitates of Si and Al4C3 are formed.
It was found that the Al4C3 precipitates have a perfect epitaxial orientation to the SiC matrix. The phase transformation is accompanied by atomic redistribution and strong volume swelling. The resulting changes in the atomic profiles can be accounted
for by a simple chemical reaction model.
Keywords: Silicon Carbide, Aluminum Implantation, Phase Formation
  • Journal of Applied Physics 87 (2000) 78-85

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Single-Crystalline CoSi2 Layer Formation by Focused Ion Beam Synthesis

Hausmann, S.; Bischoff, L.; Teichert, J.; Voelskow, M.; Möller, W.
The effects of accumulated radiation damage which arise from the excessive current density employed
during focused ion beam implantation are described. The dwell time during beam scanning significantly
influences the focused ion beam synthesis of CoSi2 in Si. At sufficiently low accumulated damage,
single-crystalline CoSi2 layers are obtained, similarly to conventional ion implantation. A procedure is
described which enables the reduction of radiation damage induced by a focused ion beam to the level of
conventional ion implantation. This is of importance for the formation of single-crystalline CoSi2 layers.
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    Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference 99, Yokohama, Japan, July 6-8, 1999
  • Japanese Journal of Applied Physics Vol. 38 (1999) pp. 7148-7150

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Atomistic simulation of ion implantation and its application in Si technology

Posselt, M.; Schmidt, B.; Feudel, T.; Strecker, N.
Atomistic computer simulations based on the binary collision approximation (BCA) are very well suited to predict the dependence of as-implanted dopant profiles on implant parameters like energy, dose and direction of incidence as well as on the arrangement of oxide, poly-Si and other materials on the single-crystalline Si substrate. In particular channeling effects, the enhanced dechanneling due to accumulation of radiation defects during ion bombardment and due to preexisting ion-beam-induced defects can be simulated in a reasonable manner. The BCA code Crystal-TRIM was successfully integrated into 1D and 2D process simulators for the Si technology. The application of the trajectory splitting algorithm and the lateral duplicatioin method ensures a high computational efficiency.
Keywords: Ion Implantation, Computer Simulation, Defects, Channeling, Silicon Technology, Process Simulation
  • Materials Science and Engineering B71 (2000) 128-136
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    E-MRS 1999 Spring Meeting, Symposium F: Process Induced Defects in Semiconductors, Strasbourg, France, June 1-4, 1999 (invited lecture)

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Gold Complexes with Thiosemicarbazones and Phosohine Thiolates

Ortner, K.; Abram, U.; Hilditch, L.; Zheng, Y.; Dilworth, J.
Square-planar AuIII complexes are isoelectronic to PtII compounds which are frequently used for cancer therapy. Recently, cancerostatic properties have also been reported for dichloro[2-(dimethylamino-methyl)phenyl-C1,N]gold(III), [Au(damp-C1,N)Cl2] (I) [1], although the mechanism of cytotoxic action may well be different. This encourages us to study the ligand exchange chemistry of this type of compound more in detail.
We have synthesized and structurally characterized a series of AuIII complexes with bi- and tridentate thiosemicarbazones as well as with chelating phosphine thiol ligands which surprisingly stabilize gold in its formal oxidation state "+3".
Reactions of (I) with thiosemicarbazones result in a cleavage of the Au-N bond and protonation of the liberated dimethylamino group. Airstable, zwitterionic compounds are formed. The thiosemicarbazones co-ordinate as deprotonated chelate ligands substituting Cl-. Fig. 1 illustrates an example with the bidentate vanillinethiosemicarbazone. Remaining Cl- ligands can be replaced by further ligand exchange reactions, e.g. with thiolates.
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    37. IUPAC-Kongress, Berlin, August 1999

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Rhenium and Technetium Complexes with Pyridylphosphines

Abram, U.; Alberto, R.; Dilwort, J.; Zheng, Y.; Ortner, K.
Technetium and rhenium co-ordination chemistry is of particular interest due to the favourable nuclear properties of 99mTc (Eg = 140 keV, half-life t1/2 = 6.02 h) which makes this isotope the workhorse for diagnostic nuclear medicine. The b-emitting rhenium nuclides 186Re and 188Re are under investigation for possible applications in radioimmunotherapy. Fundamental co-ordination chemical studies form the basis for the development of new Tc and Re radiopharmaceuticals.
Diphenyl(2-pyridyl)phosphine (PPh2py) and tris(2-pyridyl)phosphine (Ppy3) are a versatile ligands which can co-ordinate as a monodentate or chelating ligands depending on the requirements of the metal center.
The potentially bidentate ligand PPh2py reacted with (NEt4)2[MI(CO)3X3] complexes (M = Re, Tc) to give (NEt4)[MI(CO)3X2(PPh2py-P)] or [MI(CO)3X(PPh2py-P)2] depending on the amount of the ligand used. The reaction with (NBu4)[TcVINCl4] yielded [TcVNCl2(PPh2py-P)2] whereas from the reaction with (NBu4)[ReOCl4] the complexes [ReVOCl3(PPh2py-P,N)], [ReVOCl3(OPPh2py-O,N)], [ReIVCl4(OPPh2py-O,N) and [ReIVCl3(OH)(OPPh2py-O,N)] have been isolated. Reduction of the metal center and formation of diphenyl(2-pyridyl)phosphine oxide (OPPh2py) occurs using an excess of PPh2py and heating of the reaction mixtures under reflux.
All products have been characterised spectroscopically and by X-ray structure analysis. Monodentate co-ordination via phosphorus has been found for the rhenium(I) carbonyl complexes and [TcVNCl2(PPh2py-P)2]. In the latter compound a trigonal-bipyramidal coordination sphere is formed with the phosphines as axial ligands. The chelated complexes show small N-Re-P and N-Re-O bite angles due to the 4-membered or 5-membered chelate rings. The pyridine nitrogen occupies the axial position (trans to "O2-") in [ReOCl3-(PPh2py-P,N)] whereas equatorial co-ordination is found in [ReOCl3(OPPh2py-O,N)].
The reaction of (NEt4)2[ReI(CO)3Br3] with Ppy3 gave [Re(CO)3Br(Ppy3-N,N')] whereas with o ...
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    37. IUPAC-Kongress, Berlin, August 1999

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Untersuchung zur Sorption von Huminsäure und Uran(VI) an den Kristallflächen des Schichtsilikates Muskowit

Krawczyk-Bärsch, E.; Schmeide, K.; Arnold, T.; Pompe, S.; Heise, K.-H.; Bernhard, G.
In aeroben Batchexperimenten wurde der Einfluß von Huminsäure auf die Sorption von U(VI) u.a. auf dem Schichtsilkat Muskowit im pH-Bereich zwischen 3,5 und 9,5 untersucht (SCHMEIDE et al., 1998). Hierbei wurden 0,5 g der pulverisierten Probe (63µm - 200µm Körnung) in Kontakt mit einer Uranyl(VI)-Konzentration von 1.10-6 M und einer Huminsäure-konzentration von 5 mg/L gebracht, während die Ionenstärke mit 0,1 M NaClO4-Lösung konstant gehalten wurde. Aus den Ergebnissen ergibt sich eine pH-Wert abhängige Huminsäure-Sorption, die ihr Maximum (~ 83 %) bei einem pH von 4,5 bis 5 aufweist. Verglichen mit den U-Sorptionsversuchen, die in Abwesenheit von Huminsäure durchgeführt wurden (Zorn, 1999), wird die Sorption von U in Gegenwart von Huminsäure im pH-Bereich von < 5,8 vergrößert (67 % bei pH 5,5).

Elektronenmikroskopische Untersuchungen (REM) sollten im Anschluß an die Batch-experimente Aussagen zum Sorptionsverhalten an den Kristallflächen der Minerale liefern. Hierzu wurden einzelne Muskowitplättchen in Kontakt mit einer Huminsäure-Lösung der Konzentration von 40 mg/L für jeweils 1 und 18 Stunden gebracht. Die Huminsäure wurde zuvor filtriert (50 nm Filterporengröße), um u.a. Bakterien abzutrennen Die Einstellung der pH-Werte richtete sich nach den Ergebnissen aus den Batchexperimenten und wurde bei pH 4 für hohe Adsorption und zum Vergleich bei pH 7 für geringe Adsorption gewählt. Die Ergebnisse zeigen trotz starken Spülens der Proben mit entionisiertem H2O einen Überzug ("coating") des gesamten Bereiches der Mineralplättchen mit Huminsäure bei einer Verweildauer von 18 Stunden und einem pH von 4 in der Versuchsanordnung. Es kann daraus geschlossen werden, daß eine Sorption von U(VI) in diesem Fall überwiegend an der Huminsäure und nicht am Mineral stattgefunden hat. Im Gegensatz dazu zeigen die Proben, die lediglich für 1 Stunde in der Huminsäure verweilten kein vollständiges "coating". Erkennbar sind einzelne kugelige Huminsäurepartikel sowie Agglomerate v ...
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    Workshop "Radiochemische Analytik beim Betrieb und Rückbau kerntechnischer Anlagen, der Deklaration von Abfällen und im Strahlenschutz", 06.-07.09.99 in Dresden

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In-situ observation of electron-beam induced ripening of Ge clusters in thin SiO2 layers

Klimenkov, M.; Matz, W.; von Borany, J.
A TEM technique was employed for the in-situ observation the Ge-clusters ripening process. Subsequent irradiation with electron beams of 200kV and 300kV acceleration energy lead to formation of a nanocluster band in the middle of thermally grown SiO2 thin layer implanted with Ge+. A number of micrographs taken during the ripening show the detailed information about process. The velocity of ripening can be controlled by changing of the irradiation intensity. The performed experiments pointed that ripening take place even for sample temperatures far below 1000K the activation threshold of thermal processes.
Keywords: Transmission Electron Microscopy, Nanocluster, Irradiation Effects
  • Nucl. Instr. Meth. in Phys. Res. B 168 (2000) 367-374

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Preparation of Fluorine-18 labelled Sugars and Derivatives and their Application as Tracer for Positron-Emission-Tomography

Beuthien-Baumann, B.; Hamacher, K.; Oberdorfer, F.; Steinbach, J.
The usefulness of 18F-labelled carbohydrates, especially 2-deoxy-2-[18F]fluoro-D-glucose, to study pathophysiological processes in man non-invasively using positron-emission-tomography (PET) led to a widespread investigation of different 18F-labelled sugars and sugar derivatives. In consideration of the short half-life of fluorine-18 (T1/2=110 min) synthetic strategies concerning precursor design, labelling conditions and deprotection of the intermediate compounds were developed to guarantee an efficient high radiochemical yield synthesis for diagnostic purposes. Besides some aspects of medical application of 2-deoxy-2-[18F]fluoro-D-glucose, a few synthetic strategies are described reflecting development work on promising 18F-labelled sugars for diagnostic purposes during the last two decades
Keywords: Positron-emission-tomography; 18F-Labelled carbohydrates; Medical application
  • Carbohydrate Research 327 (2000) 107-118

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