Assessment of 129I measurement at low MV tandem voltages

@inproceedings{Zhao2007AssessmentO1,
  title={Assessment of 129I measurement at low MV tandem voltages},
  author={X.-l. Zhao and Albert E. Litherland and William E. Kieser and Carlomagno Soto},
  year={2007}
}
Significantly higher efficiencies for 129I measurement by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) would be possible if 129I3+ ions could be counted at terminal voltages as low as 1 MV. However, at M/Q = 3, the molecular interference was anticipated to be severe; this has prevented the use of charge 3+ from being adequately considered. Instead, charge 5+ has been used at higher terminal voltages because of the minimal interference. During a recent performance assessment with charge state 3+, a… CONTINUE READING

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