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Molybdenum - Wikipedia

Molybdenum anodes replace tungsten in certain low voltage X-ray sources for specialized uses such as mammography The radioactive isotope molybdenum-99 is used to generate technetium-99m , used for medical imaging [54] The isotope is handled and stored as the molybdate....<<more>>

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Molybdenum - Element information, properties and uses

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Best Answer: the most common isotopic molybdenum application involves molybdenum-99, which is a fission product. It is a parent radioisotope to the short-lived gamma-emitting daughter radioisotope technetium-99m, a nuclear isomer which is used in various imaging applications in medicine.[9]...