More than three decades of ISOLDE physics

@article{Jonson2000MoreTT,
  title={More than three decades of ISOLDE physics},
  author={Bj{\"o}rn Jonson and Achim Richter},
  journal={Hyperfine Interactions},
  year={2000},
  volume={129},
  pages={1-22}
}
The ISOLDE on-line isotope separator started its operation in an external beam from the CERN SC in 1967. Since then there has been a steady development of its technical performance and its physics programme so that ISOLDE today is a major facility at CERN. 

Experimental Setup at ISOLDE

Radioactive ion beams of over 70 elements, and 1,000 different isotopes, are produced at the Isotope Separator On-Line DEvice (ISOLDE) facility at CERN (Geneva, Switzerland) from the reactions of

ISOLDE past, present and future

The idea of production of short-lived radioisotopes with the on-line technique has it roots in the early 1950s. In 1964 this became a reality when CERN approved an experiment at the 600 MeV proton

Improving the selectivity of the ISOLDE resonance ionization laser ion source and in-source laser spetroscopy of Polonium.

Exotic atomic nuclei far away from stability are fascinating objects to be studied in many scientific fields such as atomic-, nuclear-, and astrophysics. Since these are often short-lived isotopes,

Coulomb excitation of doubly-magic 132Sn at HIE-ISOLDE and development of escape-suppression shields for the MINIBALL spectrometer

Collective properties of the exotic doubly-magic nucleus 132Sn, in particular the first excited 2^+ and 3^- states, were investigated via safe Coulomb excitation. The experiment was performed in

Laser assisted decay spectroscopy at the CRIS beam line at ISOLDE

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Neutron detection with the Miniball germanium array

In experiment IS430 at Rex-Isolde, Cern, transfer reactions of neutron-rich beryllium isotopes on deuterated targets were studied with the segmented germanium detector array Miniball, detecting

MECRIS: A compact ECRIS for ionization of noble gas radioisotopes at ISOLDE

A very compact Electron Cyclotron Resonance Ion Source (ECRIS) for singly charged radioactive gases has been developed at ISOLDE/CERN. The radioisotopes are produced by fission, spallation, and

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