Wisconsin firm to use alternative process for isotope production

08/18/2009 | Wisconsin Technology Network

Madison, Wis.-based Phoenix Nuclear Labs is planning to produce molybdenum-99, the isotope currently in shortage because of the shutdown of major foreign reactors, without using a nuclear reactor. The alternate procedure will not cause a long-term nuclear waste problem, has no risk of an explosive event and is being touted as more cost-effective than building a nuclear reactor.

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