New and upgraded ionization chambers for AMS at the Australian National University
Three state-of-the-art ionization chambers have recently been designed at the Australian National University (ANU) to further enhance the isotopic and isobaric separation capabilities of the AMS setup at the Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF). Two compact split-anode ionization chambers with low noise preamplifiers allow for measurements of actinides and other radioisotopes that do not have atomic isobar interferences. Both assemblies sit inside Dependex-100-Tees and are constructed such...[Show more]
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