Applications of Electromagnetically Separated Radioactive Isotopes at the Nobel Institute of Physics
The principle aim of our review of work with separated samples at the Nobel Institute of Physics is to show the general applicability of separation of radioactive material as a method in nuclear spectroscopy.
Two examples will be given here. They are intended to show that the existence of the separator can encourage research work on problems otherwise regarded as difficult. Compare Part I with the same title.
KeywordsLead Isotope Isotope Separation Coincidence Measurement Nuclear Spectroscopy Mass Line
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