Hyperfine Interactions

, Volume 225, Issue 1–3, pp 275–282 | Cite as

ARIEL front end

  • M. Marchetto
  • R. A. Baartman
  • R. E. Laxdal


The ARIEL project at TRIUMF will greatly expand the variety and availability of radioactive ion beams (RIBs) (Laxdal, Nucl Inst Methods Phys Res B 204:400–409, 2003). The ARIEL front end connects the two ARIEL target stations to the existing ISAC facility to expand delivery to two and eventually three simultaneous RIB beams with up to two simultaneous accelerated beams (Laxdal et al. 2008). The low-energy beam transport lines and mass separators are designed for maximum flexibility to allow a variety of operational modes in order to optimize the radioactive ion beam delivery. A new accelerator path is conceived for high mass delivery from an EBIS charge state breeder. The front-end design utilizes the experience gained in 15 years of ISAC beam delivery.


ARIEL Front End Separator Charge breeder LASER Post accelerator 


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  1. 1.TRIUMFVancouverCanada

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