Preparation of High Specific Activity Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S35) from Neutron-Irradiated Potassium Chloride

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THE recent note of U. Croatto and A. G. Maddock1 pointing out the desirability of producing radio sulphur in its lowest, rather than in its highest, valency form, as it ordinarily occurs when potassium chloride is irradiated with slow neutrons, has prompted us to comment on the method used in this laboratory for producing H2S35 from neutron-irradiated potassium chloride.

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    Croatto, U., and Maddock, A. G., Nature, 164, 613 (1949).

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    Koski, W. S., J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 71, 4042 (1949).

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KOSKI, W. Preparation of High Specific Activity Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S35) from Neutron-Irradiated Potassium Chloride. Nature 165, 565–566 (1950) doi:10.1038/165565b0

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