89Sr

89Sr

Symbol for strontium 89.
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The counting efficiency was obtained using standard 89Sr, 90Sr, and 90Y activities.
89Sr and 90Sr are the prominent radionuclides of strontium that are formed, with [sup.45.Sr] being one of the most hazardous because of its deposition in the skeleton, its long biological half-life (~10 years), and a decay half-life of ~30 years.