Electromagnetic Isotope Separation Before and After Activation in a Reactor or Cyclotron

  • Karl Ove Nielsen
Conference paper


In experimental nuclear physics, isotope-separated radioactive sources are often required. The possibility of employing the electromagnetic method for separation is very attractive, since this method, under ideal circumstances, will lead to an almost complete isotope separation in one step.


Radioactive Isotope Stable Isotope Source Strength Isotope Separator Direct Deposition 
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© Springer-Verlag in Vienna 1961

Authors and Affiliations

  • Karl Ove Nielsen
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  1. 1.Danish Atomic Energy CommissionRisöDenmark

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