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Table 1 Emission spectra and decay half-lives of 90 Y, 111 In, 177 Lu and 213 Bi and its daughters

From: Therapeutic application of CCK2R-targeting PP-F11: influence of particle range, activity and peptide amount

Radionuclide DecayT1/2 Radiation Yield (/decay) Eav.(MeV) Emax(MeV)
90Y 64.1 h β- 1 0.9329 2.2801
111In 67.3 h γ 0.906 0.1713  
  γ 0.941 0.2454  
  Auger e- <1 keV 6.26 0.000159  
  Electrons >1 keV 1.33 0.0255  
  X-rays <1 keV 8.60 0.000017  
  X-rays >1 keV 0.901 0.0220  
177Lu 159.5 h β- 1 0.1333 0.4978
  γ 0.064 0.1129  
  γ 0.11 0.2084  
  Auger e- <1 keV 0.819 0.000138  
  Electrons >1 keV 0.452 0.0322  
213Bi 45.59 min α 0.00155 5.55187  
  α 0.01935 5.86959  
  β- 0.9791 0.4339 1.4220
  γ 0.261 0.44046  
  Auger e- <1 keV 0.474 0.000113  
  Electrons >1 keV 0.152 0.1261  
213Po 4.2 μs α 1 8.38  
209Pb 3.253 h β- 1 0.1974 0.6444
209Tl 2.161 min γ 0.998 1.57  
  γ 0.969 0.465  
  γ 0.843 0.117  
  Auger e- <1 keV 2.64 0.000108  
  Electrons >1 keV 0.830 0.0384  
  1. Energies are indicated for the beta ray (mean and maximum), Auger electrons, low-energy electrons and X-ray spectra. Below the cut-off value of 1 keV, all energy is assumed to be absorbed at the site of emission. Only gamma rays with an emission yield of more than 0.01/decay are indicated.