We have the technology to supply a range of isotopes in various chemical forms including oxide, metal, gaseous or elemental. We are also able to convert materials into other forms in accordance with customer requests.
Please select an element in our current product portfolio to find out more.
Naturally occurring silicon has three stable isotopes.
Titanium isotopes are used in industrial and research applications. Stable titanium isotopes can be enriched or depleted by Urenco Stable Isotopes to any required concentration, and supplied in various chemical forms.
Naturally occurring titanium has five stable isotopes.
Maximum available enrichment (atomic %)
Natural abundance (atomic %)
Application of Titanium isotopes
Titanium 46 (Ti 46)
Depleted Ti-46 has been proposed as encapsulation material for radioactive sources. Depleted Ti-46 is also ideally suited for use in environments with high neutron fluxes such as fission and fusion reactors.
Titanium 47(Ti 47)
Ti-47 is occasionally used as an alternative precursor for the production of V-48.
Titanium 48 (Ti 48)
Ti-48 is used for the production of the radioisotope V-48 which is used in nutritional studies and for calibrating PET instrumentation.
Titanium 49 (Ti 49)
Ti-49 is used in the production of the radioisotope V-49.
Titanium 50 (Ti 50)
Ti-50 is used in the production of super heavy elements whereby targets of elements such as Lead, Bismuth or even Berkelium are bombarded with Ti-50 ions.