Yields of the isotopes of the element: Tin

105-111, 113m, 131m, 123, 125, 127, 129, 131-138 Sn
Element A number Half life SC or PSB* Yield at ISOLDE Target material
(ions/µC)
Sn 105 31 s   PSB 8.0E+04 LaC
Sn 106 115 s    PSB 1.6E+06 LaC
Sn 107 2.90 m    PSB 6.0E+06 LaC
Sn 108 10.30 m    PSB 1.4E+08 LaC
Sn 109 18.0 m    PSB 1.0E+09 LaC
Sn 110 4.11 h    PSB 1.8E+09 LaC
Sn 113 - m 21.4 m    PSB 6.0E+09 LaC
Sn 132 39.7 s    PSB 3.0E+08 UC
Sn 133 1.45 s    PSB 1.5E+07 UC
Sn 134 1.12 s    PSB 2.0E+06 UC
Sn 135 0.53 s PSB 1.0E+05 UC
Sn 136 0.25 s   PSB 4.0E+03 UC
Sn 137 0.19 s   PSB 1.0E+02 UC
Sn 138 > 408 ns PSB 2.5E+00 UC
Sn 107 - g 2.90 m    SC 2.0E+07* TeCl4
Sn 108 10.30 m    SC 5.0E+06* TeCl4
Sn 108 - g 10.30 m    SC 5.6E+04* Ta
Sn 108 - g 10.30 m    SC 5.0E+04* Ta
Sn 109 18.0 m    SC 3.0E+07* TeCl4
Sn 109 - g 18.0 m    SC 1.5E+05* Ta
Sn 110 - g 4.11 h    SC 3.0E+08* TeCl4
Sn 111 - g 35.3 m    SC 1.6E+05* Ta
Sn 123 - g 129.2 d    SC 5.0E+08* UCx
Sn 125 - g 9.64 d    SC 1.3E+08* UCx
Sn 127 - g 2.10 h    SC 6.0E+07* UCx
Sn 129 - g 2.23 m    SC 5.0E+07* UCx
Sn 131 - m 58.4 s    SC 1.5E+07* UCx
Sn 132 - g 39.7 s    SC 3.0E+07* UCx

*In the ISOLDE Yield Database the beam intensities for isotopes of the elements measured at ISOLDE PSB (PS Booster with 1.0 or 1.4 GeV protons) are presented. For isotopes where no new yields are listed yet from the PSB, one can get an idea from looking at the available SC yields (0.6 GeV protons).

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