Accelerated radioactive beams from REX-ISOLDE

O. Kester, T. Sieber, S. Emhofer, F. Ames, K. Reisinger, P. Reiter, P.G. Thirolf, R. Lutter, D. Habs, B.H. Wolf, G. Huber, P. Schmidt, A.N. Ostrowski, R. Von Hahn, R. Repnow, J. Fitting, M. Lauer, H. Scheit, D. Schwalm, H. PodlechA. Schempp, U. Ratzinger, O. Forstner, F. Wenander, J. Cederkäll, T. Nilsson, M. Lindroos, H. Fynbo, S. Franchoo, U. Bergmann, M. Oinonen, J. Äystö, P. Van Den Bergh, P. Van Duppen, M. Huyse, N. Warr, D. Weisshaar, J. Eberth, B. Jonson, G. Nyman, M. Pantea, H. Simon, G. Shrieder, A. Richter, O. Tengblad, T. Davinson, P.J. Woods, G. Bollen, L. Weissmann, L. Liljeby, K.G. Rensfelt

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Abstract

In 2001 the linear accelerator of the Radioactive beam EXperiment (REX-ISOLDE) delivered for the first time accelerated radioactive ion beams, at a beam energy of 2 MeV/u. REX-ISOLDE uses the method of charge-state breeding, in order to enhance the charge state of the ions before injection into the LINAC. Radioactive singly-charged ions from the on-line mass separator ISOLDE are first accumulated in a Penning trap, then charge bred to an A/q
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)20-30
Number of pages11
JournalNuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms
Volume204
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2003

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