radiocobalt

ra·di·o·co·balt

(rā'dē-ō-kō'balt),
A radioactive isotope of cobalt; for example, 60Co.

radiocobalt

A nonspecific term for a radionuclide of cobalt; there is an increasing tendency to separate single words into respective units—e.g., radioactive cobalt is more commonly used than radiooccidi
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Labeling of NoTa-[PEG.sub.2]-RM26 with radiocobalt was performed in acidic conditions that should prevent oxidation of Co(II) by atmospheric oxygen to Co(III) that is common in alkaline solutions [21].
However, until recently radiocobalt was not used for labeling of peptides and proteins for molecular imaging due to undeveloped labeling chemistry.
Effect of environmental conditions on the sorption of radiocobalt from aqueous solution to treated eggshell as biosorbent, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 288(1): 121-130.
Inventories and sorption-desorption trends in radiocesium and radiocobalt in James River Estuary sediments.