South Africa source for molybdenum

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South Africa source for molybdenum

After one of Canada’s ¬†reactors was taken offline in May 2009 for more than a year due to a massive water leak medical radioisotope suppliers have been looking to broaden their sources.

Covidien, having received FDA approval a year ago to source molybdenum from Poland’s nuclear research reactor, has now can try to purchase molybdenum left from low balanced uranium from a South African reactor.

Molybdenum is used to generate technetium, which is most commonly used in nuclear medicine.

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