Palladium-103

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Palladium-103 is a radioisotope of the element palladium which has uses in radiation therapy for prostate cancer and uveal melanoma. Palladium-103 may be created from palladium-102. It has a half-life of 17 days and decays by electron capture to rhodium-103, emitting x-rays with 21 keVs of energy.

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