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Author Nugent, M.; Young, S.W.; Frampton, C.M.; Hooper, G.J.
Title The lifetime risk of revision following total hip arthroplasty: a New Zealand Joint Registry study Type Journal Article
Year (down) 2021 Publication The Bone & Joint Journal Abbreviated Journal The Bone & Joint Journal
Volume 103-B Issue 3 Pages 479-485
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Author Ge, J.; Zhang, Q.; Zeng, J.; Gu, Z.; Gao, M.
Title Radiolabeling nanomaterials for multimodality imaging: New insights into nuclear medicine and cancer diagnosis Type Journal Article
Year (down) 2020 Publication Biomaterials Abbreviated Journal
Volume 228 Issue Pages 119-553
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ISSN 0142-9612 ISBN Medium
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Author Brugarolas, P.; Comstock, J.; Dick, D.W.; Ellmer, T.; Engle, J.W.; Lapi, S.E.; Liang, S.H.; Parent, E.E.; Pillarsetty, N.V.K.; Selivanova, S.
Title Fifty Years of Radiopharmaceuticals Type Journal Article
Year (down) 2020 Publication Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology Abbreviated Journal
Volume 48 Issue Supplement 1 Pages 34s-39s
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ISSN 0091-4916 ISBN Medium
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Author Canton, L.; Fontana, A.
Title Nuclear physics applied to the production of innovative radiopharmaceuticals Type Journal Article
Year (down) 2020 Publication The European Physical Journal Plus Abbreviated Journal
Volume 135 Issue 9 Pages 1-21
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Author Honniball, C.I.; Lucey, P.G.; Li, S.; Shenoy, S.; Orlando, T.M.; Hibbitts, C.A.; Hurley, D.M.; Farrell, W.M.
Title Molecular water detected on the sunlit Moon by SOFIA Type Journal Article
Year (down) 2020 Publication Nature Astronomy Abbreviated Journal
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Abstract Widespread hydration was detected on the lunar surface through observations of a characteristic absorption feature at 3 µm by three independent spacecraft1-3. Whether the hydration is molecular water (H2O) or other hydroxyl (OH) compounds is unknown and there are no established methods to distinguish the two using the 3 µm band4. However, a fundamental vibration of molecular water produces a spectral signature at 6 µm that is not shared by other hydroxyl compounds5. Here, we present observations of the Moon at 6 µm using the NASA/DLR Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA). Observations reveal a 6 µm emission feature at high lunar latitudes due to the presence of molecular water on the lunar surface. On the basis of the strength of the 6 µm band, we estimate abundances of about 100 to 400 µg g-1 H2O. We find that the distribution of water over the small latitude range is a result of local geology and is probably not a global phenomenon. Lastly, we suggest that a majority of the water we detect must be stored within glasses or in voids between grains sheltered from the harsh lunar environment, allowing the water to remain on the lunar surface.
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