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Recent Applications of the Uppsala Mass Separator

  • G. Andersson
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Abstract

The mass separator at the Gustaf Werner Institute [1] was put in operation in 1953. It has been devoted almost exclusively to radioactive work following irradiations in the 190 MeV synchro-cyclotron of the institute. During the first years the separations were relatively rare events, but a reconstruction of the ion source in 1956 [2] increased the efficiency considerably and the separator gradually became a standard tool in our sample preparations.

Keywords

Alpha Spectroscopy Mass Separator Conversion Electron Spectrum Isomeric Cross Section Ratio Conversion Electron Spectroscopy 
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© Springer-Verlag in Vienna 1961

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Andersson
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  1. 1.The Gustaf Werner Institute for Nuclear ChemistryUniversity of UppsalaSweden

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