ENSDF Decay Data in the MIRD
(Medical Internal Radiation Dose) Format
for 209Pb

82-LEAD-209
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Parent Information

82-LEAD-209

Halflife = 3.253 Hours Nov-1991
Decay Mode: beta-
Radiations


y(i)
(Bq-s)-1


E(i)
(MeV)


y(i)E(i)

beta- 1 1.00 1.97510-01 * 1.9810-01

Listed beta, ce, and Auger Radiations 1.9810-01
Listed Radiations 1.9810-01

*   Average Energy (MeV).


Bismuth-209 Daughter is stable.





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Generated by MIRD Fri May 19 7:56:07 2000

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Parent Decays Feeding 209Pb
Parent Mode
209Tl beta-
213Po alpha