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RTV silicone rubber surface modification for cell biocompatibility by negative-ion implantation
Abstract A negative cluster ion implantation system was built on the injector of a GIC4117 tandem accelerator. Next, the system was used to study the surface modification of room temperatureExpand
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Beam charge integration in external beam PIXE–PIGE analysis utilizing proton backscattering with an extraction window
In this study, we present a new method for the indirect integration of beam charges in external beam proton-induced X-ray emission and proton-induced γ-ray emission (PIXE–PIGE) analysis. We recordedExpand
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Quenching of gA deduced from the β-spectrum shape of 113Cd measured with the COBRA experiment
Abstract A dedicated study of the quenching of the weak axial-vector coupling strength g A in nuclear processes has been performed by the COBRA collaboration. This investigation is driven by nuclearExpand
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An upgraded external beam PIXE setup for multielemental analysis of atmospheric aerosol samples
The external beam particle-induced X-ray emission (PIXE) setup has been upgraded by introducing a new silicon drift detector with the aim of obtaining better minimum detection limits (MDLs) at the 2Expand
Ion beam induced luminescence studies of LiAlO2 using negative ions
Abstract Lithium aluminate (LiAlO 2 ) is the candidate material for solid tritium breeder applied in the developing fusion reactors. The research of its defect behavior under ion irradiation wasExpand
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In-situ luminescence studies of silica glass during low energy H+, He+ and O+ irradiation
Abstract Silica glass can be used as optical windows of nuclear facilities, optical fibers, and different electronic components in high radiation level environments. The study of structural changesExpand
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In Situ Luminescence Measurement from Silica Glasses Irradiated with 20 keV H− Ions
A new low-energy negative-ion induced luminescence setup was recently developed at the injector of the GIC4117 2 × 1.7 MV Tandem accelerator in Beijing Normal University. In situ luminescenceExpand
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Reprint of “In-situ luminescence studies of silica glass during low energy H+, He+ and O+ irradiation”
Abstract Silica glass can be used as optical windows of nuclear facilities, optical fibers, and different electronic components in high radiation level environments. The study of structural changesExpand
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