Published online by Cambridge University Press: 24 October 2008
It is shown that a long-lived radioactive cobalt isotope, which had been previously obtained by Livingood and Seaborg by bombardment of cobalt with slow neutrons, can be produced by irradiation of nickel with fast neutrons.
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