An Ion Source for Short-Lived Radioactive Isotopes and Preliminary Results on a Duoplasmatron Type Ion Source
This paper deals essentially with the ion sources which we are using at present or which we shall use in a short time on the double magnetic deflection separator of Orsay for work on radioactive isotopes.
Description of the ion source for the separation of radioactive mercury obtained by the bombardment of gold in the synchrocyclotron.
Range of short-lived radio isotopes which may be processed in this source.
Preliminary results on a duoplasmatron type ion source.
Starting from this, one must admit that the time elapsing between the end of the irradiation and the beginning of the study of the deposit obtained at the collector of the separator must be very short.
KeywordsRadioactive Isotope Metal Foil Axial Magnetic Field Gold Foil Mercury Isotope
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