Production of innovative radionuclides for therapy or diagnostic: nuclear data measurements and comparison with TALYS code

Abstract : Nuclear medicine is a specialty that uses radioactive nuclei for therapy or diagnostic of diseases such as different types of cancer. The aim of this presentation is to give the status of nuclear data collected for medical isotopes production and to present the large set of experimental data collected by the PRISMA team of the Subatech laboratory using the protons, deuterons and alpha particles delivered by the ARRONAX cyclotron from few MeV up to 70 MeV and covering a wide range of target masses. Using these data, we will also show that constrains can be put on simulation tools such as the TALYS code (version 1.9) and compare with TENDL-2015, the TALYS based evaluated nuclear data library. A better overall agreement with our experimental data could be obtained with a different combination of models already included in the code
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Arnaud Guertin, Etienne Nigron, Mateusz Sitarz, Charlotte Duchemin, Ferid Haddad, et al.. Production of innovative radionuclides for therapy or diagnostic: nuclear data measurements and comparison with TALYS code. 15th Varenna International Conference on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms, Jun 2018, Varenna, Italy. ⟨in2p3-01955214⟩

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