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Is there any possibility to obtain gold as a product of nuclear reaction of any radioactive element?


Fission products of uranium and plutonium are 1) Germanium-72, 73, 74, 76 2) Arsenic-75 3) Selenium-77, 78, 79, 80, 82 4) Bromine-81 5) Krypton-83, 84, 85, 86 6) Rubidium-85, 87 7) Strontium-88, 89, 90 8) Yttrium-89 9) Zirconium-90 to 96 10) Niobium-95 11) Molybdenum-95, 97, 98, 100 12) Technetium-99 13) Ruthenium-101 to 106 14) Rhodium-103 15) Palladium-105 to 110 16) Silver-109 17) Cadmium-111 to 116 18) Indium-115 19) Tin-117 to 126 20) Antimony-121, 123 21) Tellurium-125, 127 to 132 22 Iodine-127, 129, 131 23 Xenon-131 to 136 24 Caesium-133, 134, 135, 137 25 Barium-138, 139 26 Lanthanides

 

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    pedagog 5 years ago

    thanks a lot, i learned new thing. But i don't believe its not possible in fission.


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    Btryon86 5 years ago

    Exactly, so while it is difficult to create the stable isotope of gold, it IS possible.