The High Intensity Radioactive Beam Facility at TRIUMF

@inproceedings{Baartman1998TheHI,
  title={The High Intensity Radioactive Beam Facility at TRIUMF},
  author={Richard Baartman and Pierre Bricault and Roger Poirier and Fulvio Mammarella and P. W. Schmor and Lovisa Moritz and Jaroslav Welz and J-M. Poutissou and G. H. Mackenzie and G G Stanford and Gregory Stinson and Marik Dombsky and Robert Laxdal and Ivar Thorson and Martin Macdonald and Gerardo Dutto},
  year={1998}
}
Construction has begun on ISAC, a radioactive ion beam and accelerator facility which utilizes the ISOL production method. A five year budget for this new radioactive beam facility at TRIUMF was approved in June 1995. ISAC includes: a new building with 5000 m of floor space, a proton beam-line with adequate shielding to transport up to 100 A at 500 MeV from the TRIUMF cyclotron to two target/ion-source stations, remote handling facilities for the targets, a high-resolution mass-separator… CONTINUE READING

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