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Jean-Michel Geets
KRAL Eric, WILPUTTE Xavier, GHYOOT Michel, GEETS Jean Michel: [fr] PROCÉDÉ ET INSTALLATION POUR LA PRODUCTION DUN RADIOISOTOPE, [en] PROCESS AND INSTALLATION FOR PRODUCING RADIOISOTOPES. ION BEAM APPLICATIONS, VAN MALDEREN Joëlle, May 10, 2013: WO/2013/064342

[en] The invention relates to a process for producing a radioisotope, which process comprises irradiating a volume of radioisotope-precursor fluid contained in a sealed cell of a target using a beam of particles of a given current, which beam is produced by a particle accelerator. The target is cool ...


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Jean-Michel Geets
LAMBERT Bernard, GEETS Jean Michel, CAMBRIANI Andrea, DEGEYTER Michel, KISELEV Maxim: DISPOSITIF DESTINÉ À LA PRODUCTION DE RADIOISOTOPES, DEVICE FOR PRODUCING RADIOISOTOPES. ION BEAM APPLICATIONS, LAMBERT Bernard, GEETS Jean Michel, CAMBRIANI Andrea, DEGEYTER Michel, KISELEV Maxim, PRONOVEM OFFICE VAN MALDEREN, May 3, 2012: WO/2012/055970

The invention relates to a device (1) for producing radioisotopes by irradiating a target fluid using a particle beam (13). This device comprises an irradiation cell (7) that includes a cavity (3) for receiving the target fluid. A non-cryogenic cooling device cools the walls of the cavity (3). The c ...


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Jean-Michel Geets
LAMBERT Bernard, GEETS Jean michel, COMOR Jozef J, JOVANOVIC Djuro: Appareil de production dun radioisotope comprenant un moyen de maintenance, ainsi que procédé de maintenance dudit appareil, Apparatus for producing a radioisotope comprising means for maintenance and method of maintenance for said apparatus. Ion Beam Applications, LAMBERT Bernard, GEETS Jean michel, COMOR Jozef J, JOVANOVIC Djuro, Pronovem Office Van Malderen, December 8, 2011: WO/2011/151316

The present invention relates to an apparatus for producing a radioisotope by irradiating a target fluid comprising a precursor of said radioisotope with a particle beam produced by a particle accelerator, the apparatus comprising: -a housing comprising a target cavity for receiving said target flui ...


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Katherina Babich
Marie Angelopoulos, Katherina Babich, S Jay Chey, Michael Straight Hibbs, Robert N Lang, Arpan Pravin Mahorowala, Kenneth Christopher Racette: Attenuated embedded phase shift photomask blanks. International Business Machines Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser PC, September 2, 2004: US20040170907-A1

An attenuating embedded phase shift photomask blank that produces a phase shift of the transmitted light is formed with an optically translucent film made of metal, silicon, nitrogen and oxygen. An etch stop layer is added to improve the etch selectivity of the phase shifting layer. A wide range of ...


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Francis T Cole, Philip V Livdahl, Frederick E Mills III, Lee C Teng: Multi-station proton beam therapy system. Loma Linda University Medical Center, Robert R Meads, September 26, 1989: US04870287 (209 worldwide citation)

A proton beam therapy sysstem for selectively generating and transporting proton beams from a single proton source and accelerator to selected ones of a plurality of patient treatment stations each having a rotatable gantry for delivering the proton beam at different angles to patients supported in ...


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William T Silfvast, Mark A Klosner, Gregory M Shimkaveg: Capillary discharge extreme ultraviolet lamp source for EUV microlithography and other related applications. University of Central Florida, Brian S Law Offices of Brian S Steinberger Steinberger, February 29, 2000: US06031241 (191 worldwide citation)

Capillary discharge extreme ultraviolet lamp sources for EUV microlithography and other applications. The invention covers operating conditions for a pulsed capillary discharge lamp for EUVL and other applications such as resist exposure tools, microscopy, interferometry, metrology, biology and path ...


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Tsahi Gozani, Z Peter Sawa, Patrick M Shea: Apparatus and method for detecting contraband using fast neutron activation. Science Applications International Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 24, 1992: US05098640 (167 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method non-invasively interrogates an object to detect contraband. The apparatus irradiates the object with fast neutrons of energy greater than 6.7 MeV, and measures the ensuing gamma-ray spectra. Irradiation of the object is accomplished by producing a neutron beam and moving the ...


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Barrie G Britton, David A Lesyna, Jon W Slater: Beamline control and security system for a radiation treatment facility. Loma Linda University Medical Center, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 20, 1999: US05895926 (151 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a method and apparatus for beamline security in radiation beam treatment facilities. The system monitors and controls the radiation beam steering system to safeguard against wrong-path and multiple-path conditions which could otherwise lead to accidental radiatio ...


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Delbert E Day, Gary J Ehrhardt: Glass microspheres. The Curators of the University of Missouri, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, December 6, 1988: US04789501 (148 worldwide citation)

A radioactive microsphere for radiation therapy of a mammal comprising a biologically compatible glass material containing a beta or gamma emitting radioisotope distributed substantially uniformly throughout the glass. Advantageously, the radioisotope is produced by irradiation of the microsphere.


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Barrie G Britton, David A Lesyna, Jon W Slater: Beamline control and security system for a radiation treatment facility. Loma Linda University Medical Center, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, December 17, 1996: US05585642 (147 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a method and apparatus for beamline security in radiation beam treatment facilities. The system monitors and controls the radiation beam steering system to safeguard against wrong-path and multiple-path conditions which could otherwise lead to accidental radiatio ...



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