This title appears in the Scientific Report : 2014 

Optimizing the transfer of [18F]fluoride from aqueous to organic solvents by electrodeposition using carbon electrodes
Kügler, Fabian (Corresponding Author)
Roehrens, Daniel / Stumpf, Milosch / Drerup, Christian / Ermert, Johannes / Hamacher, Kurt / Coenen, Heinrich Hubert
Nuklearchemie; INM-5
Applied radiation and isotopes, 91 (2014) S. 1 - 7
Amsterdam [u.a.] Elsevier Science 2014
10.1016/j.apradiso.2014.04.019
Journal Article
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The effect of varying structural modifications of carbon anodes, ranging from thin layers of crystalline boron-doped diamond up to highly graphitic bulk materials, was systematically examined for the possibility of electrochemical fixation and desorption of no-carrier-added [18F]fluoride from an aqueous solution. Pyrolysed carbon, i.e. “glassy carbon” (Sigradur®G), proved as the most efficient material for deposition and release. An overall radiochemical yield of about 60% was achieved when using this for fixation and DMSO/ionic additive as organic solution for the release of [18F]fluoride